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25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know Paperback – July 1, 1999
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But don't let that dissuade you from this book! One of the best features is the organization which focuses on basic, intermediate, and sophisticated conventions. This gives confidence to the reader that they can tackle applying these to their game.
There are excellent illustrations of every technique being discussed, followed by half a dozen or so problems designed to test your understanding. A clear explanation of the "right" answers follow, which again helps the student firm up his grasp of the topic. The writing style seems to set just the right level of conversational versus pedantic, and the book is generally a pleasure to use and re-use as time proceeds. We direct a novice / intermediate duplicate bridge game in our spare time and this is the one book we recommend all our players acquire and study. While it is not meant to be read cover to cover, and for sure, some of the topics are better suited to those with a year or two of playing under their belts, it is a fine "first bridge book" for many a player. Highly recommended!
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Great book. Clearly written, with excellent examples to follow. Highly recommended.Published 3 days ago by Jan Lee
A must have for all bridge players. Detailed lessons on bridge conventions and practice hands will get you started on all the important bridge conventions.Published 29 days ago by Lorraine Ostrowski
Clear writing. Has hand examples. Summery questions and answers. Good thoughtful ideas.Published 1 month ago by Larry L. Jackson
Thank you. I highly recommend this book when wishing to learn the "new" bridge and the conventions.Published 2 months ago by Jeannie McKean