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How to Be A Lucky Player

An Honors eBook

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: Matthew Thomson

190pp | ISBN 978-1-55494-782-9

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $16.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $16.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £9.95

Categories: Bidding | Intermediate | Honors eBooks | Honors Books

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About the Book

ARE YOU A LUCKY PLAYER?
It is no coincidence that the best players are lucky players. You can become a "better" player by improving your bidding system with your partner and by improving your play technique, however this will not make you a lucky player.


HOW CAN YOU BECOME A LUCKY PLAYER ANd A WINNER?
In this book, illustrated with hands from actual play, the author demonstrates ways to become a lucky player. Lucky players evaluate their trick winning potential to recognize and grab opportunities, maximizing their score over all likely distributions of the cards.

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About the Author

Matthew Thomson

Matthew Thomson is a current member of the Australian Bridge Team, and has been a finalist in both the Olympiad and the World Bridge Teams. A bridge professional and teacher, he lives in Sydney, Australia with his wife, Cathryn, three adult children, Jeremy, Stephanie and Dominic, and with “Chubba” his Welsh Terrier.

 

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Critics’ Viewpoint

Challenging for some, but it will have unexpected benefits: your cardplay will improve as you will be declarer more often and in tougher contracts!

— David Morgan, \'Australian Bridge\'    Date: 2015-01-16

Solid reading for the intermediate audience.

— ACBL Bulletin    Date: 2013-10-31

Matthew Thomson has followed up the success of his first book, Bid More, Play More with another excellent effort. The book is a treat to read, since it is only example hands. No rules or lengthy text, just hand after juicy hand.

— Paul Lavings, Australia    Date: 2013-10-28

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