|A Bridge to Simple Squeezes|
by Julian Laderman
152 pages. Paperback.
Most bridge players find squeeze play the hardest technique to learn. It has unavoidable technical aspects that for many make it impenetrable. In this award-winning book, the reader is taken slowly and carefully through the basics, and by the end will be confident that they too can execute simple squeezes at the table. This second edition reflects many enhancements and improvements made to the or . . . read more.
|A Computer's Twist|
Play Problems for you with Bridge Baron Analysis
by Jason Rosenfeld • Prahalad Rajkumar
172 pages. Paperback.
Analyze deals and compare results with the Bridge Baron computer program. Not just your average book of bridge problems, this book provides challenging and entertaining bridge problems for you to enjoy and also includes a never before seen look inside the world of computer bridge. On each deal, after you have analyzed the deal and solved the problem, see how Bridge Baron fared on the deal and an . . . read more.
|Bridge Squeezes Complete: Winning Endplay Strategy|
by Clyde E. Love
364 pages. Paperback.
This book was first published in 1959, and quickly became one of the classics of the game. Generations of bridge players have learned the fundamentals of squeeze play from Love. The original version has been out of print for some time, however, and it is now being republished in its first revision in 50 years. In its new modernized form, the concepts and terminology are much more accessible, and . . . read more.
|Bridge Squeezes for Everyone|
by David Bird
221 pages. Paperback.
Did you always think squeezes were too difficult? Or perhaps you know the basics but now you want to learn about more complex and advanced squeeze positions? If you fit either of these categories, or even if you just want to improve your understanding of an important aspect of declarer play, this book is for you. . . . read more.
|Counting at Bridge - Vol. 1 (CD)|
by Mike Lawrence
For Windows. Counting at Bridge is an educational product that is primarily designed to teach the user various techniques and applications of counting a bridge hand. If you ask any bridge expert which single bridge technique is most important, counting would be a near universal response. By mastering the skills that are taught in this program you will find a dramatic improvement in your results a . . . read more.
|Private Bridge Lessons - Volume 1 (CD)|
by Mike Lawrence
For Windows. Private Bridge Lessons, Volume 1 is the sequel to Counting at Bridge. Private Bridge Lessons, Volume 1 shows the techniques that many feel are reserved for experts. The all time mystery technique, squeezes, is here as well as many others that you read about in bridge columns or in tournament bulletins. These techniques should not be mysteries, they should be procedures that you are f . . . read more.
|Private Bridge Lessons - Volume 2 (CD)|
by Mike Lawrence
For Windows. Private Bridge Lessons, Volume 2 continues the themes from Counting at Bridge and Private Bridge Lessons, Volume I plus includes new techniques such as Dummy Reversals and Trump Coups. As in the previous software Private Bridge Lessons, Volume 2 presents you with 100 bridge deals, many with multiple variations. You do not play these deals. Instead, you watch Mike Lawrence as he bi . . . read more.
|Squeezes Made Simple|
Bridge Technique Series
by David Bird • Marc Smith
64 pages. Paperback.
Short and full of practical examples, each book takes the reader through the most important aspects of card-play technique at bridge. Where appropriate, play is examined from the point of view both of declarer and defenders. Full of quizzes and chapter reviews, these award-winning books will also reinforce the bridge concepts you learn. At this price, what bridge player could stand not to have al . . . read more.
|Still Not Finding Squeezes|
by Julian Laderman
162 pages. Paperback.
If your answer is YES to the following three questions, this is the book for you: 1. Have you read A Bridge to Simple Squeezes? 2. Did you see merit in the structured approach introduced in that book for executing simple squeezes? 3. Do you feel that in spite of your great effort you are still not finding squeezes? In Still Not Finding Squeezes, the structured approach is applied to the 39 squeez . . . read more.
|The Abbot And The Sensational Squeeze|
by David Bird
128 pages. Paperback.
Brilliant collection of stories featuring the bridge-playing monks of St. Titus, and their sometimes less than admirable Abbot. The army of enthusiastic followers of the bridge-playing monks of St Titus, and their sometimes less than admirable Abbot, will have a field-day with this brilliant collection of stories. David Bird has surpassed even himself and his inimitable combination of scintillati . . . read more.
|The Backwash Squeeze and Other Improbable Feats|
A Newcomer's Journey into the World of Bridge
by Edward McPherson
368 pages. Paperback.
At one time the game was even bigger than baseball. Today bridge is played by more than twenty-five million people in the United States alone, with Bill Gates, a sitting Supreme Court justice, and the guys from Radiohead among its devotees. In this spirited homage, Edward McPherson recounts the colorful history of the game and his attempts to master its mysteries in time to compete at the North A . . . read more.
|The Encyclopedia Of Card Play Techniques At Bridge|
by Guy Leve
424 pages. Paperback.
Unique in the literature of the game, this book describes and classifies hundreds of tactics, stratagems and coups used during the play of the hand at bridge. Each technique is illustrated with an example deal, and its application fully explained. The topics run the gamut from the simplest finesses to the most complex squeeze positions, and cover literally everything in between. This book will be . . . read more.
|The Simple Squeeze|
Test Your Bridge Technique Series
by David Bird • Tim Bourke
104 pages. Paperback.
Short and full of practical examples, each book takes the reader through the most important aspects of card-play technique at bridge. Where appropriate, play is examined from the point of view both of declarer and defenders. Full of quizzes and chapter reviews, these award-winning books will also reinforce the bridge concepts you learn. . . . read more.
|Winning Declarer Play|
by Dorothy Hayden Truscott
270 pages. Paperback.
Learn Declarer Play from an Expert. This classic book, a bestseller for more than forty years, has been updated for this edition by Gail Greenberg, a frequent partner of Dorothy Truscott, and like her a World Champion. Dorothy had a unique ability to make complex bridge concepts simple to understand, and everything here, from the basics to the most complicated squeeze or endplay, is described in . . . read more.
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