- Author:Barry Rigal
- Publisher:Vivisphere Publishing (October 1, 2009)
- Pages:168 pages
- Subcategory:Puzzles & Games
- FB2 format1183 kb
- ePUB format1711 kb
- DJVU format1344 kb
- Formats:lit txt mbr mobi
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Walmart 9781587761751. DECEPTIVE DECLARER PLAY Would you like to beat some unbeatable contracts? Would you like to make some unmakable contracts? Would you like to become a bridge magician? This book will you the way to improve your game. amaze your partner, and befuddle your opponents. Deception is a. Specifications. The Art of Bamboozling at Bridge. Vivisphere Publishing.
Would you like to become a bridge magician? This book will you the way to improve your game. amaze your partner, and befuddle your opponents
Would you like to become a bridge magician? This book will you the way to improve your game. Deception is a bomb which can be used to explode the defense. But, be careful To avoid being hoist on your own petard, listen to Barry Rigal, the munitions expert who can steer you right.
Rules are made to be broken, and bridge is no exception. The first of a planned four-book series on cardplay, this book deals with situations where the player who is on lead - defender or declarer, at the start of the deal or in the middle - needs to do something that involves ostensibly 'breaking the rules'. Not, obviously, the rules of bridge itself, but the well-tried adages that every player.
Bridge Books - Declarer Play. Card Play Technique, or the Art of Being Lucky. Victor Mollo and Nico Gardener. Ib Axelsen and Villy Dam. A set of 58 declarer play problems highlighting the matchpoint pairs decision-making process. Each book in the Bridge Technique Series highlights one aspect of declarer play or defense. The first chapters introduce simple practice hands and the underlying theory; later chapters show more complex variations and examples of how the experts have used the technique in tournament play. Great books for polishing particular aspects of your game, very readable.
Born in England in 1958, he is married to world champion Sue Picus and lives in New York. Rigal has represented England in the Camrose Trophy Home International series five times and won the Gold Cup; he was a multiple winner of the Spring Fours and Tollemache Trophy. Planning the Play of a Bridge Hand, by the same author team, was named the 2010 Book of the Year by the American Bridge Teachers’ Association. While not a comprehensive treatment of declarer play at bridge, this book deals with specific topics exhaustively, and will be invaluable to the improving player: finesses (when and how to take them, and equally importantly, when to avoid taking them), endplays, eliminations, issues with entries, suit establishment, and counting.
Step-By-Step Deceptive Declarer Play Paperback – September 1, 1996. I was not very familair with this subject, and this book covered all the basics
Step-By-Step Deceptive Declarer Play Paperback – September 1, 1996. by. Barry Rigal (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. I was not very familair with this subject, and this book covered all the basics. 1 - messing up defenders signaling, especially Attitude, on trick one. 2 - false carding (playing an interior middle card to mislead teh defenders). 3 - sacrificing a winner to get the defenders to continue the suit. 4 - attacking a weak suit, ducking.
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Books on bridge and its predecessor games have spanned centuries with the earliest known popular book . Declarer Play at Bridge: A Quizbook. Toronto: Master Point Press. The Art of Declarer Play. KD Books & Publishing. ISBN 978-1-4942-4725-6.
Books on bridge and its predecessor games have spanned centuries with the earliest known popular book on the subject of Whist having been published by Edmond Hoyle in 1742 or 1743. The timelines in the evolutionary path to modern contract bridge books are generally as follows: 17th century: the emergence of Whist from earlier games such as Ruff and Honours and Triumph. ISBN 978-1-897106-91-4.