Three-handed

Three´-hand`ed


a.1.Said of games or contests where three persons play against each other, or two against one; as, a three-handed game of cards.
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Aed Adwan, Breitling's Middle East managing director, said: "The new Navitimer 1 Automatic 41 is an ideal companion for our Middle East cosmopolitan travellers with its green dial and contemporary look, drawing inspiration from the iconic Navitimer, a three-handed timepieces we launched back in the 1950s."
LUCA CUMANI hopes to be three-handed in Wednesday's Totesport Ebor as he bids to land the famous race for the third time since Vicious Circle struck in 1999.
TRAINER Nicky Henderson was three-handed for the Mares Only Novices' Handicap Final at Newbury yesterday - and he came up trumps with Karello Bay.
Soon, however, the ship's egomaniacal captain and his bizarre crew--an eclectic group that includes a strangely disturbed doctor, a few experienced but volatile sailors, a mysterious three-handed Muslim, and the bewildered Kane--begin to learn something about the tantalizing goals and diabolical challenges that await them.
Fabre is three-handed with Cherry Mix, a one-time French Derby hopeful, and Bailador joining Martaline.
Hannon, who has also trained the runner-up on four occasions, said: "I will probably be three-handed with If Paradise, Vermilliann and Prince Of Denmark.
Alan Berry is likely to be three-handed as he bids for his first Royal Ascot victory next week.
Mick Channon also supplies a quartet of runners, while last Saturday's Leger hero Tim Easterby is three-handed in a race that never fails to provide a thrilling spectacle.
O'Brien could be three-handed in the Curragh showpiece as Johan Cruyff is a definite runner and Royal Ascot disappointment Desert King might also be left in the race at tomorrow's forfeit stage.