|A Study in Silver|
by David Silver
This is a second collection of humorous bridge stories from the author of Tales out of School. This time Silver turns his satirical eye on the classics of film and literature: Sherlock Holmes, Moby Dick, and even Dracula cannot escape involvement in Professor Silver's adventures. As always, a wide selection of fascinating bridge hands makes the stories even more enjoyable. . . . read more.
|Bridge Philosopher 3|
by James S. Kauder
He's back! That old curmudgeon, the Bridge Philosopher, is back for a third try at explaining the art of dummy play. He claims that he is losing his memory, but he hasn't lost his ability to reason or to analyze a bridge hand in an instant. And, as usual, he has cogent (often biting) comments to make about the sad state of affairs in the world at large: the rising cost of living; unfunded Social . . . read more.
|Bridge The Silver Way|
by David Silver
A wonderful general interest book for all players. If you've read Silver's A Study in Silver or Tales out of School you're sure to love this book as well. David Silver's first two books of humorous bridge stories have received terrific reviews, and this new collection will be welcome by his many fans. Our familiar cast of characters (Wright Cardinal, Brad Bullock, Bruce Gowdy, and of course, Prof . . . read more.
by Eddie Kantar
Eddie Kantar is not only one of today's best bridge writers, he's also one of the funniest. His two previous collections, Bridge Humor and The Best of Eddie Kantar, have been out of print for some years, and are still much sought after. For Classic Kantar, Eddie has selected the very best stories from the two previous books, and has added many new ones. As always, he pokes fun at the top experts, . . . read more.
|Cut For Partners|
by S. J. Simon
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 . . . read more.
|Frank Stewart's Bridge Club|
by Frank Stewart
Frank Stewart's Bridge Club is no ordinary place. It is the regular haunt of a cast of somehow familiar players: Unlucky Louie, against whom no one ever makes a wrong bid or play; Grapefruit, a man with an unnaturally sour disposition; Cy the Cynic, who knows that the Fates will conspire against him whatever he does; Minnie Bottoms, who tends to mix up jacks and kings but always somehow finds the . . . read more.
|Go Ahead Laugh!|
Bridge Humor by Jude Goodwin
by Jude Goodwin
Jude Goodwin's Table Talk cartoons have been appearing for more than 30 years in the American Contract Bridge League's Bulletin. They capture life the way it really is at the bridge table, whether you play in tournaments or with your family in the kitchen. Flip through the pages, and you'll see familiar situations, partners and opponents. And Jude will make you laugh at yourself for taking this g . . . read more.
|Human Bridge Errors|
Volume 1 of Infinity
by Chthonic • Danny Kleinman • Nick Straguzzi
Chthonic, the irascible bridge-playing computer, is back. This time, he's attempting to teach humans a little about the game of bridge - not in order to turn them into competent players, as he recognizes that is impossible. But he thinks he may be able to get the reader to the point where his cell phone won't laugh at him behind his back every time he plays a card. Each chapter of this wickedly f . . . read more.
|It's All In The Game|
The Fun Side Of Winning Bridge
by Robert Ewen • Jeff Rubens
Expert-level bridge is a serious game but that doesn't mean it can't be wild, wacky and downright fun! In this humorous book, Bob Ewen and Jeff Rubens bring us some of the funniest bridge stories ever collected. The bridge is top-notch, and the zany cast of characters and their escapades are unforgettable. Come join them and take a look into the fun side of winning bridge! . . . read more.
|North of the Master Solvers' Club|
The Bridge Writings of Frank Vine. Vine's trenchant commentaries on th
by Frank Vine
A comprehensive collection of classic writing. . . . read more.
Selections from Canadian Masterpoint
by Ray Lee • Linda Lee
Here's a bridge book that's just good fun! We don't guarantee that you won't learn anything while you're reading it, but that's not the main purpose of this book. Here are just a few of the things you'll get to do in these pages: Think about whether it's better to be lucky or good; Learn Colbert's Rules, and when to apply them; Find out how Restricted Choice applies to TV game shows; Study the S . . . read more.
|Return Of The Bridge Philosopher|
by James S. Kauder
In his first collection of stories, The Bridge Philosopher proved to be brutally honest, self deprecating, funny, and good at explaining bridge. In this sequel, thirty years in the making, good old B.P. is as crotchety as ever, and just as funny. He has some things to say to the ACBL and he's certainly not happy with artificial sweeteners. Bets of all, he's still giving you insights into the r . . . read more.
|Saints and Sinners|
The St. Titus Bridge Challenge
by David Bird • Tim Bourke
David Bird's witty stories about the bridge-playing monks of St. Titus and their obnoxious Abbot have formed the basis of six previous collections, and appear regularly in bridge magazines throughout North America and the UK. This seventh book in the canon is presented in a new quiz format, so that you can try to solve the bridge problems before the monks encounter them. At the end of the book, a . . . read more.
|Somehow We Landed In Six Notrump|
by David Bird
The stories and anecdotes in this collection have one thing in common: in every case, the contract is 6NT! The first half of the book features the world's finest players at work, tackling all manner of 6NT contracts ? some commendable, some truly awful. You will have a chance to plan your play in these contracts yourself before seeing what fate befell the original declarer. The second half of the . . . read more.
|Tales Out of School|
by David Silver
Move over Victor Mollo and David Bird! Fans of the Hideous Hog, the Abbot, and the Rabbi will find a new hero among the halls of Mohican College (the last of the community colleges to be established). Tales out of School is a collection of humorous bridge stories from the witty and satirical pen of David Silver. It will delight readers with the adventures of his alter ego, the hapless Professor S . . . read more.
|The Naked Bridge Player and other stories|
by David Silver
Professor Silver is back! The hero of Tales Out of School, A Study in Silver, and Bridge The Silver Way takes on new opponents as the author finds fresh literary targets to lampoon. Yes, the man who brought us the Silver Certainty Principle, the Eastwood convention ("Do you feel lucky, partner?") and the concept of the supremacy of the heart suit in bridge now takes aim at The Matrix ("Will you c . . . read more.
|The Principle of Restricted Talent|
by Danny Kleinman • Nick Straguzzi
An anthology of humorous stories featuring Chthonic, the bridge-playing robot. The stories draw unmercifully funny portraits of human bridge players, as Chthonic's bridge brilliance and abrasive and ill-concealed contempt for his human creators leave them all in his wake. A particular target is the pompous Director of the Cybernetics Research Institute, whose opinion of his own bridge expertise d . . . read more.
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