Planning The Play Of A Bridge Hand
|Planning The Play Of A Bridge Hand|
by Barbara Seagram • David Bird
232 pages. Paperback. Also available as an E-book.
Beginning bridge players are taught some of the basic techniques of declarer play: suit establishment, ruffing losers, the finesse, and so forth. The hard part is learning when each applies. There is that terrible moment when the dummy comes down, and the novice declarer has no idea even how to start thinking about the right things. This book, starting from the basics, explains how to make a plan as declarer. The reader learns how to recognize which technique to apply on a given deal, both in notrump contracts and suit contracts. By the end of the book readers will be comfortable with slightly more advanced material, such as entry management and elementary counting.
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