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Name: Master The Odds In Bridge
Author: Reese, Terence
Target Audience: Intermediate
Category: General
Pages: 79 Date: 1987

Synopsis: The player who has some idea of how his suits are likely to break, who can accurately weigh the chance of dropping a doubleton queen against that of taking a finesse, who knows how to combine his chances for maximum profit, enjoys an enormous advantage over less educated players. There is nothing difficult about learning how to apply the odds in bridge. The authors first deal with basic principles and then go on to examine all the situations that commonly arise, explaining with the aid of thirty-one well-chosen examples why one line of play gives a better chance than another. After reading this book a player is not likely to waste his assets by playing against the odds.

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