Synopsis: In 1965, the
bridge world was rocked by an accusation of cheating at the world
championships in Buenos Aires. The pair involved were Britain's Terence
Reese and Boris Schapiro, two of the world's best players. Now, almost fifty
years later, the true inside story can be told - the investigation, the
accusation, and the very different results of the World Bridge Federation
and British Bridge League inquiries. Terence Reese, arguably in the 1960s
the world's best player as well as its best writer on the game, was
effectively finished in international bridge after Buenos Aires. This book,
long out of print and now updated, was written in his own defense against
the Buenos Aires cheating allegations.
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