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Name: Bridge is an Easy Game
Author: Macleod, Iain
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Pages: 244 Date: 1964

Synopsis: Bridge is an Easy Game is written both for the Master and the average player. The hands have been checked and analyzed by J. C. H. Marx. It deals with bidding and with play and includes a full summary of the Acol system and a fascinating collection of hands. "Acol in Action", played by leading Acol Masters. The publication of Bridge is an Easy Game is an important event in the world of bridge, not only because it is written by Iain Macleod, Bridge Correspondent of the Sunday Times, and non-playing Captain of the British Bridge Team which played in the European championships at Venice during 1951, but also because it is the first accurate and detailed exposition of the Acol system by a member of the original team.
 

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