121 Tips for Better Bridge

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Ebury Publishing, 2010 - Games - 208 pages
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The Financial Times' weekly bridge columnist offers a completely revised and updated guide to sharpening bridge techniques, with more than 20 new tips and fresh material For the social bridge players who knows the rules and can play a reasonable hand, but want to refine their skills and improve their understanding of the game, this is the perfect guide. Packed with those gems of knowledge it usually takes years to accumulate, this invaluable book offers solid advice on how best to deal with a variety of situations. The tips range from simple to more advanced and all are clearly explained and are illustrated by an example hand and a reader's test. There is no simpler or more enjoyable way to improve bridge skills.

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Paul Mendelson is best known as the Financial Times bridge correspondent - he writes a weekly column - and as a leading author on bridge and poker. He is the author of six books on bridge and three on poker. He runs classes, lectures and workshops on bridge and is known to many of the world's finest players. His students have gone on to win many competitions, and he has coached top players of higher standard than himself.

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