D. W. Crisfield has been playing bridge for about 30 years, seriously for the past 15 years. I have also been teaching bridge for the past 15 years. She recently won the Miles NLM Pairs at the North American Bridge Championships held in Boston and was featured in the Bridge Bulletin—a monthly magazine that is sent to everyone registered with the American Contract Bridge League. Crisfield has written thirty books; this is her first on bridge.
Concise, illustrations of hands give a lifelike representation of game situations. Good reference book for beginners.Published 1 month ago by Robert O.
Excellent teaching tool and learning tool. Easy explanations. Pictures to help you visualize the hands. Definitely a book to keep as a reference in the future.Published 6 months ago by Eileen Ragona
Very clear and easy to understand. I liked the examples shown for each learning point. Photos of hands helped a lot. Read morePublished 6 months ago by wendy pritchard-madore
This is the perfect bridge book for me. I am a visual learner and the photos of the bridge hands made a big difference in my understanding. Read morePublished 8 months ago by mauisuzi
Lots of errors in this book. Pictures of hands do not line up with the text in several instances. It also assumes that you always play with the same partner. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Karen Rollo
I bought this because all the people in my bridge club has it and they rave about it. I found it to be very beneficial.Published 13 months ago by Betty A. Briggs
Book is great for both overview of the game and as a resource for learning some advance conventions. Was definitely a good purchase.Published 14 months ago by Jayrabb