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Name: Goren Settles the Bridge Argument
Author: Goren, Charles
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Target Audience: Novice
Category: General
Pages: Date: 1985

Synopsis: Authoritative answers to 150 knotty problems that are the cause of frequent misunderstandings at the bridge table. All subjects are completely indexed and cross-indexed. Should you ever pass a 14-point hand? Can a 12-point hand be strong enough to be opened? Holding three four-card suits, which suit do you bid first? What is the minimum strength to justify an opening suit bid of two? When should the opener bid five of a minor suit? Can an 18-point hand be too strong for a bid of one Notrump? With a very good balanced hand, do you support your partner's opening bid or jump in Notrump?
 

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