CLASSIC BRIDGE TITLES|
|Adventures In Card Play|
by Hugh Kelsey & Geza Ottlik
$34.99 Price: $30.09 You Save: $4.90 (14%)
Geza Ottlik had a remarkable talent for discovering and analyzing strange and fascinating aspects of card play in bridge. This brilliant book is the result of his collaboration with Hugh Kelsey, whose skill at high-level analysis of bridge problems was equalled only by his ability as an instructive writer. Adventures in Card Play is universally regarded as one of the all-time great classics of bridge.
288 pages. Paperback.
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|Bid Better, Play Better|
by Dorothy Hayden Truscott
$12.95 Price: $11.53 You Save: $1.42 (11%)
This classic book on bridge, a best-seller for more than 30 years, has been totally revised by the author. It helps a beginner follow the road to expertise, and allows a traditional bidder to move into the world of modern bidding. Quizzes at the end of most chapters permit readers to test themselves.
176 pages. Paperback.
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|Bridge For Dummies|
by Eddie Kantar
$16.99 Price: $6.80 You Save: $10.19 (60%)
Bridge, as any player will tell you, is simply the best card game ever. It's challenging-each hand presents a different set of conditions you must figure out and solve. It's very social-you play with a partner and two opponents. And best of all-it's fun. This book gives you a step-by-step explanation of the fundamentals of the game in terms you can understand. It walks you through the different aspects of bridge, featuring real-life examples, so that you can feel comfortable with the basics before you ever start to play. And if you're already experienced at the game, you'll discover a wealth of tips and hints that can make you a better player. You'll learn all about: The basics of nontrump play; How to play the hand in a trump contract; Bidding for fun and profit; Taking advantage of advanced bidding techniques; Playing a strong defense and keeping score; Playing bridge on your computer; Playing in bridge clubs and tournaments; Where to find other great bridge resources. This newly revised edition features an expanded section on playing bridge online, with updated web addresses and other resources, along with new information on the latest bidding techniques. This book is for anyone from novice to pro wanting to learn bridge or learn techniques to improve their game.
408 pages. Paperback.
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|Cut For Partners|
by S. J. Simon
$9.95 Price: $8.86 You Save: $1.09 (11%)
Reprint of the long out of print sequel to "Why You Lose at Bridge" featuring the four unforgettable, fictional players: The Unlucky Expert, Mrs. Guggenheim, Mr. Smug, and Futile Willie. "Cut for Partners" chronicles further adventures of the foursome introduced earlier. But where "Why You Lose" . . . emphasized technique first, the author's theories second, and entertainment third, the follow-up inverts those priorities. Laughter flows from almost every page. The deals are splendid."
128 pages. Paperback.
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|Killing Defence At Bridge|
by Hugh Kelsey
$19.99 Price: $16.97 You Save: $3.02 (15%)
Killing Defence at Bridge is one of the all-time classics of the game. When it was first published, it revolutionized defense play, and today it continues to be as incisive and relevant as ever.
192 pages. Paperback.
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|Reese on Play|
by Terence Reese
$19.95 Price: $15.96 You Save: $3.99 (20%)
This book is one of the all-time classics, a landmark in the development of bridge, especially in the field of card play. First published in 1948, it is now back in print after being unavailable for a number of years. In it, the author reveals what counts in play and defense and shows the reader how to join the ranks of the experts. This is a book that every improving bridge player must own.
186 pages. Paperback.
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|Right Through The Pack|
by Robert Darvas and Norman de V. Hart
$14.95 Price: $13.16 You Save: $1.79 (12%)
This classic, first published in 1947, is now reprinted for your enjoyment. This brilliant fantasy features each card in the deck telling its own fascinating story. Darvas was a Hungarian famous for his extraordinary gift of discovering the unusual features of hands; De V. Hart helped create the fictional world of cards and wove the hands together into this unique tale. The delightful humor sets it apart from all other bridge books and each of the 52 stories contains shrewd advice for all levels of players.
328 pages. Paperback.
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|To Bid or Not To Bid|
by Larry Cohen
$19.95 Price: $15.76 You Save: $4.19 (21%)
Since its publication in 1992, To Bid or Not to Bid has sold over 50,000 copies in English alone and has been published in several other languages. Undoubtedly the best-selling bridge book of the 1990s, its lucid exposition of the empirical Law of Total Tricks (a simple guide to making the right decisions in competitive bridge auctions) has made it a book that literally every serious bridge player just has to read.
240 pages. Paperback.
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|Why You Lose At Bridge|
by S. J. Simon
$11.95 Price: $10.52 You Save: $1.43 (12%)
The classic. Win more consistently with the skill you already possess by following this simple advice. A wealth of common sense, philosophy, and "how to attain the best result possible."
160 pages. Paperback.
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