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Name: Mistakes You Make at Bridge, The
Author: Reese, Terence
Target Audience: Intermediate
Category: General
Pages: Date: 1992

Synopsis: Designed to help competitive bridge players to recognize where they go wrong, this book examines various mistakes in bidding, declarer play and defense, and divides them into the worst, the commonest and those that may be forgiven. The Mistakes You Make at Bridge was given world-wide acclamation on publication by the leading bridge critics, the Irish Bridge Journal saying: 'The two authors need little introduction. Terence Reese is a world champion and probably the most famous name in international bridge. Roger Trézel, the great French international, is also a world champion and shares Reese's skill in imparting a great knowledge of bridge with supreme lucidity. If you want to win more often at bridge you will need to deepen your understanding of the game and to learn where not to follow conventions slavishly in bidding, defense and dummy play. This book is written for those who know the game fairly well but make the same mistakes year after year.

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