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The Best of Bridge Today Digest

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: Matthew Granovetter (ed.)
      Pamela Granovetter (ed.)

300pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-894154-39-0

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $14.95

Categories: Intermediate | Advanced | General Interest

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About the Book

Bridge Today Digest recently celebrated its first anniversary (and 100th issue) as an Internet-based "bridge-zine". It is renowned for its practical advice, its wonderful bridge stories, and the wry humor and personal touch of its editors. For this collection, they have selected the very best pieces from their first year, and have come up with a compendium that every bridge player can read, enjoy, and learn from. It includes short pieces from world-renowned writers, questions and comments from readers (and the editors' responses to them!), and a wealth of deals, anecdotes and advice from the editors. A great holiday gift.

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About the Author

Matthew Granovetter

Matthew Granovetter (Cincinnati. Ohio) is perhaps best known as the founder and editor (with wife Pamela) of Bridge Today magazine, now available only in its online edition. A top-class player, he has won National titles and represented the USA at the world level. Several of his books are regarded as modern classics on the game.

 

Pamela Granovetter

Pamela Granovetter (with husband Matthew) is the publisher of Bridge Today and Bridge Today Digest, as well as the founder of the Bridge Today Online University. They are the author of a number of books, many of them award winners. They also write Partnership Bridge, a popular feature in the ACBL Bulletin. They live with their two children in Cincinnati, OH.

 

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Critics’ Viewpoint

"Something for everyone."

— Bridge Plus magazine

"Great to have at your bedside."

— The Evening Standard

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