This is the most important technical bridge book published since Larry Cohen's To Bid or Not to Bid (60,000 copies in English alone), and may well reach an even bigger audience. There are two aspects to this book, both unique. First, Rodwell describes and explains a host of innovative ideas in cardplay, strategems that can be used as declarer or defender. Second, under the heading 'Common Mistakes', Rodwell talks about the mental side of the game: areas that mark the key differences between an average player and a successful one. The first draft of this book has been in existence for more than fifteen years, but it is only now that Rodwell is prepared to allow his 'secrets' to become public knowledge.Über den Autor:
Eric Rodwell has won thirteen world bridge championships so far; his partnership with Jeff Meckstroth is acknowledged to be the world's best. Mark Horton is editor of the UK's BRIDGE magazine and a regular Daily Bulletin team member at World and European Championships. He lives in Bath.
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