Synopsis: In the second
volume of his mini-series on squeeze play, grand master Hugh Kelsey turns
his attention to one of the most useful and most neglected of all squeeze
forms - the two-suit strip-squeeze. This is the squeeze that can save the
day when the declarer is not able to 'rectify the count' for a simple
squeeze. Normal squeeze technique is widely known, but beyond the coastal
plain of direct squeeze country there is a vast hinterland where the normal
rules do not apply. It is in this territory that the strip-squeezes
flourish. All experienced players acknowledge the importance of these
secondary squeezes, which turn up frequently in practical play and can
rescue the declarer from apparently certain defeat. Kelsey has the gift of
being able to explain complex ideas in simple terms, and any competent
player will find the subject well within his grasp. With the aid of many
brilliant and instructive hands, the author explains the techniques in a way
that stimulates the imagination.
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