Discount Price 2. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. In his original Judgment at Bridge, Mike Lawrence gave us a lot of great advice on how to think at the bridge table. In Judgment at Bridge 2, Mike continues with his guidance on how to approach the game. Take Mikes counsel and you will become a better player and a more difficult opponent. Contents 1 Luck 2 A Winning Attitude 3 Introducing Dubious Bridge Rules 4 Preempting 5 Bidding When. Playing Suit Combinationsby. Fred Gitelman Jeff Rubens. List Price 1. 6. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 59. Paperback. This book serves two purposes One is to enable the reader to improve card play technique. The text illustrates how best to handle some specific holdings, and, more importantly, assists in the development of patterns of bridge problem solving that apply not only to single suit situations but to declarer play and defensive problems in general. The other purpose is to share some of the beauties and. The Language of Bridgeby. Kit Woolsey. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 53. Paperback. Kit Woolseys first new bridge book in 3. This book examines the communication between partners as they work together to reach the best contract or try to defeat declarers contract on defense. Kit brings his unique take on the game to the subject of partnership communication thinking abou. World Championships 2. Wroclawby. World Bridge Federation Brian Senior. List Price 3. 4. Discount Price 2. You Save 2. 03. Paperback. The official publication of the World Bridge Championships 2. Wroclaw. From the World Bridge Federation. Edited by Brian Senior. You Too Can Play A Good Game of Modern Bridgeby. Ron Klinger. List Price 2. Discount Price 2. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. Bidding methods come and go, but the ones that work stay. The popular style of bidding today is quite a bit removed from that of the 1. While high card values are still very important, today there is far more emphasis on shape. That affects your decision whether to open or not and your choice of rebid. In general bidding is far more competitive than it was thirty yea. Expert Hand Evaluationby. Augie Boehm. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 51. Paperback. If bidding were as simple as counting high card points, most of us would have lost interest in bridge a long time ago. Appreciating the life long challenge of a game immune to mastery, experts are always trying to hone their bidding judgment. This books aim is to help you develop good bidding judgment by refining and improving your hand evaluation, which is the bedrock of good bidding. Learning. read more. Famous Bridge Swingsby. David Bird. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. Learn from their Mistakes. After a hard fought match or perhaps a weekend of matchpoint play, it is well worth the effort to look at all your bad boards and see if any lessons can be learned. In this book you will have the chance to learn from other players mistakes. We will look at over 1. The net swings will average over 1. IMPs per deal, with some of more. Keys to Winning Bridge. The Advancing Players Handbook For Successby. Frank Stewart. List Price 2. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. With this latest book, Frank Stewart has captured and in understandable words not only what it takes to win but the way to get there. Of course, he admires technique, concentration, desire and partnership togetherness, but he stresses what might be wasted time discussing what conventions to play or even the bidding system chosen rather than the crucial characteristic of simply learning. Outsmart the Bridge Expertsby. Danny Roth. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 51. Paperback. This is the fourth in the series of bridge problems highlighting hands which have been reported in books, magazines and newspapers in which the expert has either misanalyzed the problem or totally missed the point of the hand. The book presents more than 6. The Abbots Return to Earthby. David Bird. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 51. Paperback. The pompous and self important Abbot returns from his heroics in the Chennai Bermuda Bowl to discover that his fellow monks have taken little interest in this adventure. It is no easy matter for him to once again endure the aggravating ups and downs, familiar to us all, of life as a bridge player. The Abbot plays matches and duplicate sessions against a range of colourful opponents. How can it be. The Power Of Positive Bidding. Bidding Secrets of the Italian Championsby. Wladyslaw Izdebski Dariusz Kardas Wlodzimierz Krysztofczyk Ron Klinger. List Price 1. 9. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. This remarkable book is based on the close observation of the solutions by the Italian Champions to bidding problems. Acute judgements produced astonishing results, which have been analyzed in this exhilarating text. No competent bridge player will want to miss the opportunity of following this exciting work. The Working Horseby. Krzysztof Martens May Sakr. List Price 1. 9. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. Every bridge player needs a Working Horse who neighs tirelessly hand in and hand out. He never stumbles in counting up to thirteen or forty, he can anticipate what happens in trick seven and prevent a simple endplay. Do you remember Boxer from Orwells novel Animal Farm A huge working horse, strong, laborious and helpful. Now imagine Boxer at the bridge table, pulling the defenders wagon fro. A Taste of Bridgeby. Jeff Bayone. List Price 1. Discount Price 1. You Save 1. 52. Paperback. This book is based on the beginners course at Honors Bridge Club in New York, a series of six lessons that have started thousands of students on the road to enjoying the game.