Item Image25 Steps to Learning 2/1
by Paul Thurston
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192 pages. Paperback.

Over the last fifteen or so years, the 2/1 Game Forcing bidding method has gained substantial popularity. This book is designed for players who are familiar with Standard bidding and are interested in switching to the 2/1 method. It covers basic concepts as well as the differences between 2/1 and Standard auctions, and includes a discussion of more advanced ideas and conventions that fit particul . . . read more.

Item ImageBridge At The Breakfast Table
by Paul Thurston
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160 pages. Paperback.

Former Canadian champion Paul Thurston writes a daily bridge column in the National Post, one of Canada's two national newspapers. This is a collection of some of his best and most interesting articles--tips, oddities, and just plain interesting deals and stories. The perfect book for those long summer evenings at the cottage! . . . read more.

Item ImagePlaying 2/1: The Rest of the Story
by Paul Thurston
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Paul Thurston's 25 Steps to Learning 2/1 was an instant bestseller, winning the 2003 American Bridge Teachers' Association Book of the Year award. In a tantalizing postscript to that book, he promised a sequel, one that would cover 'the rest of the story' for those who wanted to add modern sophistication to their 2/1 bidding. Here at last he delivers, and the long wait has been worth it. The book . . . read more.

Item ImageThe Pocket Guide to 2/1
by Paul Thurston
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64 pages. Booklet.

Using the same format as The Pocket Guide to Bridge, this book will provide a handy pocket summary of the popular 2/1 bidding system. In a concise but readable manner, it goes over the basic ideas for Standard players who want to make the switch. The contents are based on Thurston's 25 Steps to Learning 2/1, which was the American Bridge Teachers Association Book of the Year in 2003. . . . read more.