Bridge Play Unravelled

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Pavilion Books, 2004 - Games - 160 pages
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One of the toughest challenges facing bridge players is learning how to accurately and consistently identify situational problems before making their own play. Renowned British Grandmaster Freddie North has spent decades refining these special skills, and here offers his system for deciphering your hand’s potential—and what your opponents may be concealing. Beginning with simple hands and moving on to such complex examples as Counting, Morton’s Fork, and the Simple and Double Squeeze, your skills are honed through challenging quizzes, all illustrated with more than 160 diagrams. Don’t bid blind— with these tips, you’ll be a more popular partner.

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North has won most of the major competitions in his own country and is one of Great Britain's most successful rubber bridge players. He represented Britain in the 1960 and 1964 World Pairs Olympiads and has played in many international matches.

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