Deceptive Card Play

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Master Point Press, 2000 - Games - 59 pages
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Intended for intermediate players, these books will eventually form a twelve-book series that takes the reader through the most important aspects of card-play technique at bridge. Each book is short and full of practical examples, and end-of-chapter quizzes reinforce the concepts. The series will appeal to beginners who are anxious to improve in stages, and to more experienced players who want to improve their knowledge of a specific aspect of card play.
 

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Contents

Choosing the Correct Honor Card
5
Disrupting the Declarers Signals
19
Feigning Strength or Weakness
35
Creating a Losing Option
48
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About the author (2000)

David Bird writes two regular newspaper columns in the UK, and his work appears regularly in numerous bridge magazines in the UK and the US. He has written more than forty previous books, including the well-known St.Titus Abbey series. His other books include Saints & Sinners with Tim Bourke.

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. His other books include 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know and 25 Ways to Compete in the Bidding with Barbara Seagram, and Countdown to Winning Bridge with Tim Bourke, and World Class.

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