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Play Of The Hand In The 21st Century

Author: Audrey Grant
Publisher: Baron/Barclay Bridge Supplies
ISBN: 9780939460946
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This is the 2nd in the American Contract Bridge League's series of bridge books for beginning and advancing players. Successfully used by students and teachers for over 20 years, this edition has been updated to reflect current standards for playing bridge. This book concentrates on the play of the hand (making a plan, promoting winners, finessing, trumping losers, etc.). The initial bidding concepts are reviewed and Jacoby transfers and slam bidding are introduced.

Bidding In The 21st Century

Author: Audrey Grant
Publisher: Baron/Barclay Bridge Supplies
ISBN: 9780939460939
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Nine lesson plans based on five card major openings.

Commonly Used Conventions In The 21st Century

Author: Audrey Grant
Publisher: Baron/Barclay Bridge Supplies
ISBN: 9780939460960
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"This series of bridge books allows the reader to have fun while learning the fundamental concepts of modern bridge bidding, play and defense--the game for a lifetime!"--Cover, p. 4.

The Flaws In Standard American Bridge

Author: Ken Casey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1984510290
Size: 16.12 MB
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This book is designed to highlight the flaws in Standard American bidding, i.e. the SAYC system. The book discusses the major failures of SAYC, namely the failure of the ACBL to adopt the Bergen point-count system, the failure to simplify reverses, the failure to find a 20-21p bid for all hands, and the failure to adopt the Casey-Jacoby Transfer convention and the Casey Rebid convention. In addition, the book points out numerous minor failures such as the failure to find a means of bidding a direct game, the failure of SAYC to require takeout doubles to have a four-card major, and the failure to adopt Minorwood, a six-keycard kickback convention. The book also points out the ACBL’s failure to clarify certain issues, such as the failure to clarify O’s reply to R’s two-level response, the failure to clarify cuebids, and the failure to clarify Stopper-Ask bids. The book provides a solution for all these problems in a new system called Precision Diamond.

Bidding More Precisely

Author: Ken Casey
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1543484875
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This book is designed to highlight the advantages and disadvantages of the three major bidding systems: Standard American, 2/1, and Precision Club, as well as the Bergen Raise system. Solutions are offered for each disadvantage. Proposals for additional conventions, such as the weak NT and Jacoby transfers, are contained in a simplified model chart of each system. There are also innovative proposals for showing a five-card major, overcalls, and slam bidding. You will also find chapters on various conventions, irregularities in bidding, probabilities, filling out the convention card, playing in a team event, and scoring.

Roman Keycard Blackwood

Author: Eddie Kantar
Publisher: Master Point Press
ISBN: 9781894154888
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This is the fifth edition of what is acknowledged to be the definitive book on a convention that every serious play uses. Revised and updated, this new version contains all the leading-edge ideas, and is full of examples, quizzes and practice hands. A must for the tournament player.

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