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The Simple Squeeze

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by: David Bird
      Tim Bourke

Related Product: Avoidance Play (978-1-894154-78-9)

104pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-894154-73-4

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $12.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $9.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £6.50

Categories: Test Your Bridge Technique

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About the Book

Test your squeeze play! This book is designed to accompany Squeezes Made Simple in the Bridge Technique series. It will give you the opportunity to test your declarer play on hands that involve a specific technique - here, the simple squeeze.

The term "simple" squeeze merely means that only one opponent is squeezed on the play. It does not imply that the play will necessarily be easy to perform! While we start out gently, it is only fair to tell you that by the end of this book you will be working hard, and we shall introduce some of the more complex varieties of "simple" squeeze. We are sure, however, that you will find the journey worthwhile. Squeeze play is not only immensely useful and practical; it is also one of the most beautiful aspects of this incredible game we all enjoy so much.

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About the Author

David Bird

David Bird (Southampton, UK) is the world’s most prolific bridge writer. A six-time American Bridge Teachers’ Association Book of the Year award winner, he has over 135 books to his name. David’s columns appear regularly in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin, A New Bridge Magazine, English Bridge, Australian Bridge and other periodicals around the world. He is married with a daughter, a son and two grandchildren.

 

Tim Bourke

Tim Bourke is a world-renowned collector and creator of interesting bridge hands, which he regularly supplies to authors such as David Bird and David Silver. He also personally owns what is probably the world's largest bridge library and is often consulted as an expert on matters of bridge bibliography. He lives with his wife Margaret, an Australian international player, in Canberra, Australia.

 

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