Still brilliant after all those years. More designed for rubber bridge than duplicate scoring but still valid for the overall messagePublished 2 months ago by Ben Frampton
Well written but at a high level - not meant for novices but for someone who has been playing for years.Published 3 months ago by Donald S.
This book may be a classic, but it is very, very dated. Get it if you are a collector of bridge books, not if you want to learn ...Published 10 months ago by V. Lakshmanan
This is a reprint of an old book - written in a day when bridge was a different game. That does not mean it's not helpful, as much of the advice is timeless, and his anecdotes are... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mimsy
Much better books on the market. Not very timely for the duplicate bridge player. Author has a poor attitude about most bridge players and offers little in the way of improving... Read morePublished 21 months ago by MikFic
This is a well-written and enjoyble classic from one of Britain's premier players of the early 20th century. Read morePublished 22 months ago by R. MURRAY
I found it difficult to read and NOT helpful. It may be suited for a very experience Bridge players, which I am not.Published on January 5, 2012 by Amazon Customer