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The Pocket Guide to Defensive Play at Bridge - Barbara Seagram & David Bird

The Pocket Guide to Defensive Play at Bridge - Barbara Seagram & David Bird

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The Pocket Guide to Defensive Play at Bridge by Barbara Seagram & David Bird

Paperback, 72 pages

Using the same format as The Pocket Guide to Bridge, this book provides a handy pocket summary of about two dozen basic concepts in defensive cardplay. In a concise but readable manner, it summarizes most of the material presented in 25 Ways to be a Better Defender by the same author team.

About the Authors
Barbara Seagram (Toronto, Canada) ran one of the largest and most successful bridge clubs and bridge schools in N. America. After selling the club in 2007, she now concentrates solely on teaching and organizing her popular bridge cruises. An ABTA Master Teacher, Barbara has been involved in many of MPP's most successful titles, most notably 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know. With more than 140,000 copies in print in English alone, this book is the bestselling bridge title since Charles Goren was writing in the 1950s. It has been translated into Japanese, French, Danish and German.

David Bird, who lives near Southampton, England, has written more than 100 books on the game. Despite spending much of the year travelling, he still finds time to write new stories every month for a host of magazines around the world, usually featuring his best-known characters, the monks of St. Titus Abbey. He is also a regular commentator on BBO broadcasts of top-level competitions.

Categories: Beginner | Intermediate | Defense | Pocket Guide Series | Novice

ISBN 978-1-77140-004-6, Master Point Press

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