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Bridge for Bright Beginners Paperback – June 1, 1973
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I remember how frustrated I was when I first learned how to play bridge: I had a bunch of rules dumped on me about how to bid, and had no conception of whether or not a bid made sense beyond seeing whether it followed those seemingly arbitary rules. If I had read this book then, it would have let me avoid all that frustration.
There is one point about which prospective readers of this book should be aware: It is based on British bidding style rather than American style. Nevertheless, I have absolutely no doubt that it deserves five stars, and should be much better known than it is.
There are many excellent books written by many bridge experts. I would say in a short amount of time BRIDGE FOR BRIGHT BEGINNERS covers a lot of time in a fair, friendly manner and leaves the reader much better informed. Who could ask for more than that?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not at all what I expected. Probably my fault. I expected the game not how to play.Published 4 months ago by Stella Cook
These are old 20th Century rules. I've been told not to bother with them.Published 9 months ago by M. J. Rubinstein
Well written and precise information for anyone interested in learning contract bridge.Published 13 months ago by Mark Oller
Didn't like it very much. I didn't find the information very helpful at all and would NEVER recommend this book. I found it to be a complete waste of money and time.Published 14 months ago by Bunny