BridgeHands

Google BridgeHands

 HOME  Encyclopedia  Newsletter  Laws  Products  Services  Reviews  Tournaments  Blog  Training  Practice   HELP
 You are at:


 
Name: Play and Defense in Suit Contracts: The Biggest Little Bridge Book in the World
Author: Becker, Jim
Popularity:
Target Audience: Intermediate
Category: General
Pages: 60 Date: 1995

Synopsis: Back in the early sixties, The Card School, run by Edgar Kaplan, Jim Becker and others published a bridge book written in concise form to answer bridge questions that commonly arose. Jim Becker, who passed away in 1994, updated the book in the early eighties rewriting many of the chapters and modernizing the text. The Beverly Card School has recently published our newest edition of the Biggest Little Book. The Biggest Little Bridge Book provides, in very concise form most of the answers to your questions as you advance in your knowledge of the game. The mastery of the fundamentals is and continues to be of first rate importance for all bridge players. The book includes: Importance of Trick One, Counting Losers, Trumping Losers in Dummy, The Double Finesse, Eight Ever Nine Never, Percentages, Scoring Summary, Chicago Scoring, Duplicate Scoring Changes, and many others.
 

BridgeHands invites you to
order now from its Affiliate

Alert: Before ordering, please validate the book (Name, Author, etc) to ensure the Affiliate book distributor is providing you the correct product. 
BridgeHands
assumes no responsibility for orders though Affiliate distributor;
you and your Affiliate are responsible for ordering, sales, shipping, billing and service.

Example from book:

What others say (Submit your Review):

 

 

HOME  Encyclopedia  Newsletter  Laws  Products  Services  Reviews  Tournaments  Blog  Training Practice Links HELP
Contacts: Sales  Support  Reviews  Q&A    Disclaimer    Privacy    2005 BridgeHands   Updated 01/22/11