25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know

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Master Point Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Games - 190 pages
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It doesn't take long before beginning bridge players want to know more about bidding systems, and especially about conventions. The authors have selected 25 basic conventions and treatments that novice players can easily assimilate into their own methods. They explain clearly and concisely how to use each one, and how it fits into a standard bidding system. Each section ends with a summary chart as well as a self-quiz to ensure that the reader has understood the concepts.

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This book was recommended by my bridge instuctor. I have found the book easy to use. The format is great and the info is exactly what I wantedneeded. Read full review

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Love the book since I take my bridge seriously. Still learning the conventions. Set up very easy to learn. Read full review

Contents

N T Section 1 Learn these first
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Stayman 2 response to INT
19
Takeout doubles
21
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About the author (1999)

Barbara Seagram owns and manages one of the largest bridge schools in North America, where she teaches more than 1000 students every year to enjoy bridge. She has been awarded 'master teacher' status by the American Bridge Teachers Association, on whose Board of Directors she sits.

Englishman Marc Smith writes monthly columns for both BRIDGE and BRIDGE PLUS as well as for the OKBRIDGE SPECTATOR. He is an expert bidding forum panelist for numerous magazines, as well as at Bridge Forum on the Internet. He lives near Southampton, UK.

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