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Teach Yourself Books, 1998 - Contract bridge - 147 pages
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Updated by London Evening Standard columnist and Grand Master bridge player David Bird, this is the ultimate guide for beginning and advanced players who want to improve their game. All aspects of bridge -- including bidding, scoring, and strategies -- are clearly explained.

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If the Game is New to You
Making Tricks in a Single Suit
The Play at Notrumps

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Terence Reese (1913-1996) was regarded as one of the finest bridge players of all time. He was one of the designers of the Acol bidding system, and the author of many classic bridge titles, including "The Expert Game," "Learn Bridge in Five Days," and "Play Bridge with Reese," David Bird is recognized as the world's leading humorous bridge writer. He is also a bridge player of distinction and is the bridge critic of the "Mail on Sunday," "Evening Standard," and "Glasgow Times,"

David Bird (Southampton, UK) is one of the world's best-known bridge authors, with more than eighty books to his credit. Recent titles for MPP include "Endplays for Everyone" and "25 Ways to be a Better Defender" (with Barbara Seagram).

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