Synopsis: Eddie Kantar
discusses entry management, suit establishment techniques, when to and when
not to finesse, counting and end plays. These concepts are presented with
concrete examples, practice hands, chapter-end quizzes and key-point
summaries. While not a comprehensive treatment of declarer play at bridge,
this book deals with specific topics exhaustively, and will be invaluable to
the improving player: finesses (when and how to take them, and equally
importantly, when to avoid taking them), endplays, eliminations, issues with
entries, suit establishment, and counting. Designed to be used by bridge
teachers, or by students learning on their own, this book like its
predecessors contains a host of features that help the student to grasp the
material: clearly laid-out concepts, margin notes, practice hands,
chapter-end quizzes, key-point summaries at regular intervals, and an index.
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