Breaking the Bridge Rules: First Hand Play

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Master Point Press, 2010 - Games & Activities - 174 pages
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"Rules are made to be broken, and bridge is no exception. The first of a planned four-book series on cardplay, this book deals with situations where the player who is on the lead, defender or declarer, at the start of the deal or in the middle needs to do something that involves ostensibly 'breaking the rules', Not obviously, the rules of the bridge itself, but the well-tried adages that every player is taught, the rules of thumb that work most of teh time. Knowing when to break those rules is one of the marks of an expert player."--Back cover.

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About the author (2010)

Barry Rigal was born in London in 1958 and has lived in Manhattan New York as a professional player/bridge commentator and writer for the last 15 years. As a player in England he won all the major titles and represented England many times. In the US he has two national titles. He is married to many-times world champion Sue Picus.

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