The first book to demystify tournament play, by one of Britain's wittiest bridge writers and coach to the British team. Many players find their first bridge tournament extremely daunting, and fail to do themselves justice.
This book aims to give confidence by describing what a novice tournament player is likely to experience. It follows the progress of a novice pair through their first major pairs tournament. Each triumph and disaster is graphically described, from the humiliation of chronic partnership disagreements, to the exhilaration of an unexpected win.
Although aimed primarily at novice tournament or duplicate players, this book will also appeal to any bridge player wishing to improve his or her game - and to armchair tournament bridge players everywhere.
Paperback, 133 pages
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