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Name: There Must Be a Way
Author: Diosy, Andrew
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Target Audience: Advanced
Category: Play
Pages: 96 Date: 1997

Synopsis: The 52 hands are graded into increasing levels of difficulty, where the obvious answer is usually wrong. Most bridge players pride themselves on their ability at post-mortem analysis -- figuring out what should happen on a given hand with best play and perfect defense. But sometimes it's not so easy. Andrew Diosy has collected 52 bridge hands, graded into increasing levels of difficulty, where the obvious answer is usually wrong. As you look further into each hand, you find that there are more layers of complexity, as each move by declarer or the defense has its counter-move. Which side will come out on top? Many of these hands will leave insomniac readers staring at the ceiling, desperately echoing the book's title -- there must be a way.
 

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