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The Thin Fine Line

A sequel to Improve Your Bidding Judgment

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: Neil Kimelman

ISBN 978-1-897106-93-8

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £12.95

Categories: Bidding | Intermediate | Advanced

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About the Book

In this sequel to Improve Your Bidding Judgment, the author continues the discussion of the ideas behind good decision-making during the auction at bridge, getting into areas and agreements that were not dealt with in his first book.

Praise for Improve Your Bidding Judgment:

“I found myself in agreement with the author on almost everything he said.” Julian Pottage.


"Great advice delivered in easily comprehensible form and backed by well-chosen examples. These 200 pages will definitely improve your bridge and make you a tougher opponent."  The National Post, Toronto

“For those who are prepared to study the material there is a lot here that will help to develop your bidding judgement — and, as the author says, 'Bidding is where you win or lose at bridge'."  BRIDGE magazine, London UK

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About the Author

Neil Kimelman

Neil Kimelman (Winnipeg) is a Canadian expert who plans to play much more top-level bridge after his forthcoming retirement.

 

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Critics’ Viewpoint

Recommended as a gift for your favorite bridge player.

— Phillip Alder, New York Times, November 2013    Date: 2013-11-26

Another great text from Neil Kimelman on honing the reader’s bidding skills. Rating: A

— ACBL Bulletin    Date: 2013-10-31

‘Terrific for advanced students.’

— ABTA Quarterly    Date: 2013-04-29

A worthy effort in the field of judgment in bidding. The author adds interest to the instruction with many examples from actual play. Not infrequently, the opponents bid wildly, creating unusual decisions, but this should help prepare the reader for today’s tournament world.

— The Bridge World    Date: 2013-02-11

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