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|Bridge To Broadway (Audio CD)|
by Augie Boehm
Parodies of Broadway songs for bridge players from accomplished pianist and bridge expert Augie Boehm. . . . read more.
|Duplicate Bridge Schedules, History and Mathematics|
by Ian MacKinnon
427 pages. Hardcover.
The Bridge Movements Encyclopedia. This is an essential book for tournament directors as well as bridge players curious about the history of the game of duplicate bridge. This comprehensive volume supplies you with all the movements ever thought of and many hundreds of new ones. Included for each movement are the variations, modifications, origins, authors and history of its development. Each mov . . . read more.
|GIB - Ginsberg's Intelligent Bridge Player (CD)|
One of the strongest computer bridge programs in the world. The strongest computer bridge player in the world "Sensational breakthrough in bridge software" (Onno Eskes, editor of the Dutch Bridge Magazine IMP) "Revolutionary; certainly much better than any other program I have ever seen ... entirely in a class by itself" (Fred Gitelman, Canadian internationalist) "Tremble for the human race" ( . . . read more.
|Play It Again, Slam|
Pastiches and Parodies
by Phillip King • Robert King
128 pages. Paperback.
This is the fifth book in the entertaining series of bridge novellas based on the writings of famous authors. The Fall of Freddie Haversham is a parody of the writing of Somerset Maugham. Play it Again, Slam breaks new ground by being based on a film - Casablanca. Finally The Bridge of Spies is an original story in the style of the best crime and gangster writers. * The authors have selected the . . . read more.
|Richelieu Plays Bridge|
by Robert F. MacKinnon
240 pages. Paperback.
From the author of Samurai Bridge, this bridge novel is set in 17th century France. Through the medium of fictional bridge games, we see the politics and intrigue of the French court play out, and follow Cardinal Richelieu's career as he becomes the queen's confidant and the real power behind the throne. The bridge is deftly woven into the everyday life of the culture we are observing, so that it . . . read more.
|Shark Bridge (CD)|
With Shark Bridge, you always have an expert partner, and opponents to play and practice your Bridge skills. Shark Bridge comes with more than 1000 tournaments, played by experts in international events. By comparing your score with the actual results at the tournament table, you get immediate feedback of the quality of your play. Shark Bridge can assist you in the bidding, or declarer play. It i . . . read more.
Practice Your Bidding Series
by Barbara Seagram • Linda Lee
68 pages. Paperback.
With these handy little books, you can: Learn a new convention, or extend your knowledge of it; Learn and practice by yourself using the unique quiz format; Practice with your partner using the specially selected sample hands, and compare your results with the recommended auctions. . . . read more.
|The Daily Telegraph Easy Guide To Acol Bridge|
by Patrick Jourdain
176 pages. Paperback.
Acol bidding is the most popular system in the UK and is used by the majority of players throughout the country. Because it uses a weak no-trump opening and a minimum of conventions, it's a great way for beginners to learn how to bid with confidence. Partnerships that use Acol will never have misunderstandings in the auction, regardless of the level of experience of either or both players. Now, t . . . read more.
|The First Bridge Book|
by Jeremy Flint • John Gullick
223 pages. Paperback.
Jeremy Flint and John Gullick have pooled their enormous experience of playing and teaching bridge to produce this invaluable guide for absolute beginners, as well as those who would welcome a refresher course. The First Bridge Book follows the very latest methods of teaching the game from bridge schools and follows also the ACOL system of bidding. All the rules, conventions, and terms are explai . . . read more.
|The New York Times Bridge Book|
by Alan Truscott
263 pages. Hardcover.
A detailed study of the game, filled with anecdotes about famous players, key tournaments, strategies, and instruction. It includes how it all began, the first and only bridge table murder, cheating, and how the modern game is played. . . . read more.
|The Times Book Of Bridge 2|
by Robert Sheehan
112 pages. Paperback.
The daily bridge column in The Times has justifiably achieved a world-wide reputation for interesting hands and accuracy of analysis. It also provides an overview of modern competitive bridge with the top players and top tournaments featuring regularly. In this bedside book, the author has selected the most interesting hands of the last few years and arranged the material by theme to provide an i . . . read more.
The Good Bidding Guide
by Eric Crowhurst • Andrew Kambites
Enlarged and revised for this new edition, this guide includes information on takeout doubles, deals with the "Law of Total Tricks," and provides a new structure for no-trump rebids. It is designed to help all Acol players and their partners improve their bidding skills. . . . read more.
|Winners And Losers At The Bridge Table|
by Bobby Goldman
108 pages. Paperback.
Fifty bridge aphorisms, each accompanied by an appropriate Mary Grace cartoon. Learn the best way to act like a champion. . . . read more.
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