Synopsis: This book is
the fourth title in the celebrated series of humorous bridge books. It is
recognized as the world's best of it's kind. The card-play exploits of the
monks at St Titus have a special place in bridge literature and their fame
has now spread round the world. This is a further collection of highly
entertaining stories from the monastery with, of course, a mass of brilliant
and instructive bridge. One of the best aspects of this series is that the
authors add a liberal quantity of wit to lighten the serious bridge content.
You can read this book for the narrative with the technical problems as a
bonus but it is certainly well worth trying to work out the play problems
before seeing how they are solved in the book. Most of the problems should
be within the grasp of a good club player and, if you get stuck on them, the
narrative gives an insight into the thought processes of the players who
wrestle with the problems in the book.
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