Goren on Play and Defense Author:Charles H. Goren The ABC's of trick-building are here, of course, preceded by an overview of the whole dramatic theater of pasteboard war, in which it is the expert who eventually wins. Then comes the training in basic maneuvers of the declarer, and inventive parries of the usually outmanned defenders. They are presented, as never before, in a manner that ma... more »kes clear all the related plays that offer the choice of roads to victory.
Step by step, the book, making fascinating reading which enhances the skillful teaching, draws the student from height to height, by the use of discovery and deduction, of logical assumption, and the most advanced tools in the modern bridge repertoire, including newly established endplays and coups, to complete mastery of the game.
There have been great books in the field of play. This one is not merely newer in approach and more complete in breadth, it far outdoes them that it will supplant them all as the classic on the game of bridge.« less