The late Jeremy Flint - the inventor of the multi-coloured two diamond - was one of the best bridge players the world has ever seen, a first choice for British teams for thirty years who played in five World Olympiads and six European Championships. He was also Bridge Correspondent for The Times, and a well-known presenter on BBC Television.
In The Winning Edge, derived in part from his column in The Times, he describes a variety of bridge adventures, with subjects ranging from "Double, Double, Toil and Trouble" and "Banana Skins for the Brilliant" to "Early indication of a dead duck" and "Time to put the armchair critics on trial". The Winning Edge will both entertain the reader and provide even the most experienced player with fascinating new insights into this many-sided game.
Paperback, 176 pages
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