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Bridge for People Who Don't Know One Card from Another
Bridge for People Who Don't Know One Card from Another Author:Ray Young In the beginning, many approached learning how to play bridge with the awe usually reserved for the Theory of Relativeity. Bridge terminology such as Blackwood, cross-ruff, doubleton, finesse, and Stayman would send the most eager beginner scurrying to seek out the lonely confort of a solitaire game. — Now, at long last he need fret no more. No... more » longer need he forego the pleasures of the world's most popular card game. For here is a book written with gentle humor and concern for the beginner's bewilderment. A book that from the very first page will help him to hurdle discouraging pitfalls and, in no time at all, will have him playing with the confidence and abondon of a riverboat gambler. Charles Goren, watch out!« less
This book was purchased so that I could learn the fine art of playing bridge. It did help me to better understand the game. It is relatively easy to understand and "put into play". If someone needs a little or a bit more help in understanding the game of bridge this just might be the book to have!