How to Defend a Bridge Hand by William S. Root
How to Defend a Bridge Hand
These books are recommended for players who have progressed beyond the "just beginning" stage, and who want to improve their technical skills and understanding of defense and the play of the hand. These are not the only books available, but the reviewer has read each of these books at least twice and has them in his personal library , and can recommend them without reservation. The reviewer has no financial interest in the sale of any of these books. The list is in no way complete; there are lots of good books available, but you cannot go wrong with any of the recommendations. Most of these books are somewhat like a workbook; you should work through all of the examples and quizzes, and, if necessary, come back to the quizzes at a later date several weeks?
A complete work covering every angle of defending a bridge hand, by "America's number one bridge teacher.
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Our Guarantee Shipping Info. Also available as an E-book. Defense is the hardest part of playing bridge, but that doesn't mean that it's impossible to learn. In the final book of the bestselling '25' series, the authors explain how to make a plan as a defender: how to work out from the auction and play what declarer probably has, and which of the strategies available to defenders is likely to be successful. Opening leads, signaling and discarding are. Techniques Every Defender Must Know!
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