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Watson's Classic Book on The Play of the Hand at Bridge Paperback – January 1, 1971
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Top Customer Reviews
Unfortunately wading through it is something of a chore... it's rather dry. Unless you're serious about "studying" bridge, this book probably isn't for you. Try "Card Play Technique" by Victor Mollo -- it's equally thorough, covers many of the same topics and is written in wonderfully engaging and humorous prose.
I'm mostly a spades player, saving Bridge for later in my life. This book applies to Spades nearly as much as it does to Bridge. In fact, for any serious Spades player, I really recommend this book.
Learn how to play Bridge from a genius. Learn how to play from Louis Watson.
Because the book was written early in the century, the writing style is slightly strange to modern readers, but shouldn't pose a problem for the interested student.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The information was 5 star but the print was too small. Its hard to readPublished 20 days ago by Sassye007
I got what I wanted at a reasonable price in a timely manner.Published 22 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is a well-organized book to help anyone, especially me the novice, understand this wild and crazy game!Published 24 days ago by Wgtlifter
This is a classic, but it has small print and it is really dry reading. I do think that it has improved my game, and I will continue to refer to it as I play more often. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tim R.
Bidding systems come and go but the play of the hand never changes. This book will never go out of date. I bought my first copy in 1970 or so for maybe 50 cents. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Laurence Marks
I have used my copy of this book for many years and bought this one for a close friend. It is as relevant today as it was in the 1930's.Published 5 months ago by James Geddie