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A Memoir from the Wonderful World of Bridge
by Augie Boehm
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220 pages. Paperback.

In this charming memoir, Augie Boehm shares tales and insights from his unique perspectives as an expert bridge player and a world-class musician. The book chronicles Augie's life journeys and reveals the highs and lows of a life in and around the game of bridge, from the highest-level tournaments to the most-dubious bridge club in Times Square; from the carriage trade to luxurious cruise ship . . . read more.

                                   
Item ImageOfficial Rules of Card Games
by Albert H. Morehead
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336 pages. Paperback.

Complete up-to-the-minute rules on more than 300 popular card games including the new international laws of contract bridge. Also included, choosing games for particular occasions, teaching card games to children, the etiquette of card games, how to give a card party as well as the general rules applying to all games and technical ters used in card games. . . . read more.

                                   
Item ImageOut of Hand...And Off the Fairway
by Bill Buttle
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160 pages. Paperback. Also available as an E-book.

Canadian cartoonist Bill Buttle is well-known to readers of the ACBL Bridge Bulletin in the USA for his trenchant lampooning of bridge and bridge players. In this, his first book-length collection, he aims his darts not only at bridge players but golfers. This book of hilarious one-panel cartoons will make a great holiday gift for any bridge nut or golf addict. . . . read more.

                                   
Item ImageStory of an Accusation
by Terence Reese
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192 pages. Paperback.

In 1965, the bridge world was rocked by an accusation of cheating at the world championships in Buenos Aires. The pair involved were Britain's Terence Reese and Boris Schapiro, two of the world's best players. Now, almost fifty years later, the true inside story can be told - the investigation, the accusation, and the very different results of the World Bridge Federation and British Bridge League . . . read more.