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Play Bumblepuppy Bridge

An Honors eBook

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: Julian Laderman

100pp | ISBN 978-1-77140-173-9

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $12.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $9.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £7.95

Categories: Beginner | Honors eBooks | Honors Books

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About the Book

Learn the world’s most popular card game in no time.

What is Bumblepuppy Bridge?

Bumblepuppy Bridge is a wonderful stepping-stone to standard bridge. A total beginner can learn in an hour how to play the game — without any help from a bridge player. This novel game was created by award-winning bridge author and historian Julian Laderman, by blending simple features from several early forms of bridge. The game is appropriate for ages 6 to 106. A free video enables readers to watch the examples in the book being played.

This book is an essential gift for your non-bridge playing friends. This may be your last chance to save them from living their entire life without bridge. Haven’t they suffered long enough?

Warning: Anyone who has played more than three hands of bridge in the last decade is far too advanced for this book.

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Additional Material From Bumblepuppy Days available at ebooksbridge.com

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About the Author

Julian Laderman

Dr. Julian Laderman is a retired mathematics and computer science professor (Lehman College, City University of New York). He is a two-time winner of the American Bridge Teachers’ Association Book of the Year Award, winning for A Bridge to Simple Squeezes in 2006 and A Bridge to Inspired Declarer Play in 2009. His recent book on the history of bridge, Bumblepuppy Days, received the Alan Truscott Memorial Award from the International Bridge Press Association in 2016. For many years he wrote the bridge column for The Bronx Journal.

 

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