Starting Out in Bridge

Starting Out in Bridge

Book - 2001
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The combination of card-playing skills, intuition and psychology that Bridge requires makes it one of the most fascinating and difficult of all card games. A specific element of Bridge that makes it unique amongst games, both physical and mental, is that it is exclusively a doubles game. This places enormous value on partnership understanding, tolerance and cooperation. In this user-friendly introduction to the game, prolific Bridge author Paul Lamford provides newcomers to the game with a thorough grounding in the essentials of play. * Learn Bridge from scratch or brush up on the basics * Numerous hints and tips make the important advice easy to remember. * An ideal first Bridge book for players of all ages
Publisher: London : Everyman Publishers ; Guilford, Conn. : Distributed by Globe Pequot Press, 2001.
ISBN: 9781857442878
Branch Call Number: 795.415 L184
Characteristics: 128 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Alternative Title: Bridge


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