This book covers the elements of card play. It assumes that you have played a little bridge, enough to know how the game works.
So far you may have concentrated on your bidding but now you would like to play the cards well, both as declarer and defender. What a good position to be in! For a reasonable amount of effort you can difectly improve your results.
While each hand may occur as infrequently as Halley's Comet, most hands can be categorised and you will see the same old problems time after time. This means that you can be a successful card player without having a computer brain; you do not have to memorise endless figures. Just learn how to use a short list of principles and you will be well on the way.
Five percent of the hands may be complex but the rest are not. This book shows you how to play well on the straightforward ninety-five percent of the hands. It reveals the principles that constantly recur, then it demonstrates by example how you can take advantage of them.
|Publisher||Grand Slam Books|