The New complete Hoyle: the authoritative guide to the official rules of all popular games of skill and chance

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Doubleday, Feb 1, 1991 - Games - 692 pages
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Since 1746, when Edmund Hoyle published his first rule book for games, his name has been synonymous with authority. Now the book that set the standard for all others has been revised, updated, and expanded. The new edition details rules for more than 350 games of skill, from duplicate bridge to charades. 100 line drawings and charts.

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About the author (1991)

Richard L. Frey for nearly a dozen years was president of the International Bridge Press Association and remains as Chairman and President emeritus.
His articles on many nonbridge subjects have appeared in leading magazines. His daily newspaper articles on bridge appeared nonstop for a record thirty-five years. When the rank of Life Master was created, his name was one of the first chosen. Mr. Frey continues to be the most respected dean of bridge writers.

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