200pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-894154-49-9
$19.95 $15.95 £10.95
Categories: Bidding | Intermediate | Advanced
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How can you become a better bridge player? Follow the Law!
If you've read To Bid Or Not To Bid (and who hasn't?), then you'll want to learn more about the Law of Total Tricks, and how it can help your game, in this sequel. Building on the basic ideas in his first book, Larry Cohen introduces sophisticated concepts which can help make your bidding judgement even better, and presents a dazzling array of examples from championship play to prove his points.
A former computer programmer and options trader, Larry Cohen was for many years a full-time bridge professional and part-time golfer. Now retired from serious competition, he travels from his home base in Boca Raton, Florida, to fulfill his numerous lecturing engagements, and he writes regularly for several magazines. He has twenty national championships to his name, as well as two world championship medals. He is perhaps best-known for his classic book, To Bid or not to Bid, which at the time was the best-selling book on the game since Charles Goren's heyday (it has since been surpassed by 25 Bridge Conventions You should Know).
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