Sure, I’d be happy to help. In the game of bridge, which is a popular card game played worldwide, players have to constantly declare their bids or passes on their turn. When it comes to declaring a pass, the term used is “IPASS“. “I” stands for “I’m”. “Pass” means you don’t want to bid, so the term “IPASS” simply means “I pass”, indicating that you do not wish to bid for that particular round. It may be interesting to note that IPASS was first introduced by Harold S. Vanderbilt in the late 1920s, and has since then become an integral part of the bridge gaming lexicon. So, if you ever find yourself playing bridge and decide that you don’t want to bid for a particular round, simply declare “IPASS” and your turn is over!