- a variety of whist in which each player can offer to play any of seven specified bids.
Origin of solo whist
First recorded in 1890–95
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- a version of whist for four players acting independently, each of whom may bid to win or lose a fixed number of tricks before play starts, trumps having usually been decided by cutting
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