Synopsis: It was in the
late sixties that Jeremy Flint asked me to collaborate with him on a book to
be called Tiger Bridge. He had just returned from his record breaking tour
of America and had the task of writing a book that was to cover many
different aspects of the game. Judgment, inference and deduction, technique,
the killer instinct - it was all to be included, embracing both rubber
bridge and the tournament world; the Flint-Pender system, many new ideas
and, of course, Jeremy's first hand account of the 1965 Bridge Scandal in
Buenos Aires. As the years rolled by, Tiger Bridge gradually went out of
print, but because the original book had been such a success, Jeremy and I
decided that we should revamp it, retaining the sections that would still be
valid today while replacing the out-dated chapters with a description of the
most popular gadgets and conventional aids used in the modern bridge.
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