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Precision Today: Your Guide To Learning The System -- Or Fine-Tuning Your Precision Partnership Paperback – September 1, 2002
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David Berkowitz, many-time world champion, has played Precision with his regular partner, Larry Cohen, since 1992. They have numerous titles and represented the United States in international competition on many occasions.
Brent Manley, executive editor of the ACBL Bridge Bulletin, has played Precision in several partnerships for more than 25 years.
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The book is poorly edited. There are many places where the authors contradict themselves, or do not explain things sufficiently. The section on the Wei-Sender Method of coping with opening strong 4441 hands is so poorly explained that it's unusable. There are a few other places in the book that are confusing, for various reasons: indentation errors in tables of rebids (e.g. pgs. 147-148), sowing unclarity, some misprints in the tables and/or some rebids that appear to be non sequiturs and want some comment of explanation or clarification (e.g. over 1h relay auctions: 1c - 1d - 1h - 1s - 4minor shows 6 cards in the bid minor and 5 in the other, while all other possible unbalanced rebids clarify what opener has in addition to his HEARTS, huh?). Bottom line: it's got a lot of good stuff in it, but the editing problems and contradictions and lack of clarity make some of it quite a challenge to benefit from.