HOW TO PLAY AND WIN AT BRIDGE


HOW TO PLAY AND WIN AT BRIDGE

DAVID BIRD    Book Number: 91025    Product format: Hardback

Rules of the game, skills and tactics, here is a guide to bridge, its history, playing on the computer, how to bid, card play and defence and all with 700 spectacular colour illustrations. Bridge has been one of the world's most popular games of the century and is well respected as a strategic game that can be as competitive and technical or as fun and sociable as the players decide. For players of all levels this essential source of reference explains sample deals, tips and professional strategies for intermediate and high-level players and a history of the great champions and famous players of the past from all over the world such as Ely Culbertson, Omar Sharif, Terence Reese, Zia Mahmood and Gabriel Chagas. These players' incredible skills and contributions to the game are described alongside entertaining anecdotes and photographs to delight all bridge enthusiasts. Promoting trump tricks in defence, unblocking honours in defence, counting declarer's points, clues from the bidding, when to delay drawing trumps, safety plays in a single suit, control-showing cue-bids, planning a suit contractor, the hold-up play, completing the auction online and more. This is a spectacular hardback of 256 large glossy pages, 700 superb colour photos and diagrams and tips from Charles Goren, Rixi Markus and Benito Garozzo.
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ISBN 9781782143857
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