Offers the average club player a unique insight into expert thinking in all areas of the game of bridge. The book describes 24 deals as they were actually played in drives in local bridge clubs and analyses the actions of all four players at the table. It suggests how improvements can be made in all aspects of bidding, play and defence with the emphasis, throughout, on improving the standard of playing match-pointed pairs events, the most common form of duplicate bridge in most clubs throughout the world. A tip at the end of every deal is included, with the games arranged in the correct order of dealer and vulnerability, so that any club or bridge teacher can easily duplicate any or all of the hands played at the table.
Humor-Entertainment, Puzzles-Games, Bridge,