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Name: Helgemo's World of Bridge
Author: Tislevoll, Geo
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Target Audience: Advanced
Category: General
Pages: 128 Date: 2000

Synopsis: Norway's Geir Helgemo is the most outstanding young bridge player in the world at the moment. Generally speaking, bridge players "mature" in their forties, but Helgemo managed to reach the very top of the game before he was thirty. In these pages the author, one of Helgemo's personal friends and erstwhile partners, not only seeks to describe the sort of nomadic life Helgemo has led as a globetrotter playing in all sorts of tournaments, but also delves into the champion's inner world, trying to read his mind and find out what makes his bridge so special.
 

 

 

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