Bridge Secrets (Collins Little Books)

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HarperCollins UK, Nov 1, 2012 - Games & Activities - 128 pages
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Inside this little book lie the state secrets of the game of bridge. It covers everything you need to know to go from being a bridge beginner to an international mastermind!

The book is split into short, concise and easy-to-follow tips that will help to improve all aspects of your game and strategy. They reveal how to play a good defensive hand, how to devise a bidding system, what you can likely read from an opponent’s play, and lots more.

The beautifully etched pages and simple layout make this book something a little bit special. With it by your side you’ll always come up trumps!

 

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About the author (2012)

Julian Pottage has lived in Wales with his wife and children for 11 years. With a background in occupational pensions and financial compliance, he now concentrates on bridge writing, family, dog breeding and photography.

Julian is a contributor, columnist and past associate editor of BRIDGE. He is also bridge correspondent for the Daily Telegraph. He has written over 25 books on bridge, contributes to other bridge magazines and commentates for simultaneous pairs events and BBO vugraph.

In 2014 Julian played in the Commonwealth bridge games and then in 2016 represented Wales in the European Championships and in the Camrose home international.

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