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Name: First Pocket Book of Bridge Problems
Author: Kempson, Ewart
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Target Audience: Novice
Category: Play
Pages: 70 Date: 1961

Synopsis: There is no better way of improving your bridge than by studying the problems set by an acknowledged expert. The composer of this first of a series of books of problems on the play of the cards at bridge was Ewart Kempson, whose name is known wherever the game is played. He played for Great Britain and England with great distinction and was recognized as one of the best writers on bridge in the world. He was the editor of Bridge Magazine. The book is arranged in two parts. In the first part the problems are presented in the form of declarer and dummy hands only, the reader being invited to plan the play after he has studied the bidding and - in some cases - the first few tricks. In the second part the problems, seventy in all, are reproduced, but this time all four hands are given, together with details of how the problems should be tackled and why the particular line of play was chosen.
 

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