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Yes, No or Maybe: Introduction and Card Play Basics

A New Way to Learn Bridge

Available for download in an eBook Edition

by: David Glandorf

196pp | ISBN 978-1-77140-165-4

Cost in Canadian Dollars  $21.95        Cost in Cost in US Dollars  $19.95        Cost in Cost in UK Pounds  £12.95

Categories: Beginner | Declarer Play | Defense | Novice | Honors eBooks | Honors Books

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About the Book

Are you tired of learning/teaching bridge from a cookbook? Tired of memorizing how many points you need to bid this or that? Do you have trouble determining if you have a minimum, medium or maximum hand and what you are supposed to do if it fits in a particular category? Then Yes, No or Maybe is what you need.

This is a series of three textbooks and companion workbooks for beginning bridge students. The series uses a logical paradigm for making bidding decisions by formulating two basic questions: ‘Do we have a fit in a major suit?’ and ‘Do we want to be in a game contract?’ All partnership bidding after an opening bid or intervention is guided by the answers (Yes, No or Maybe) to these questions and some fundamental bidding guidelines.

Introduction and Card Play Basics covers the mechanics of the game, a little bridge history, scoring, hand valuation and preferred contracts, along with the basics of declarer play and defense. No real bidding is included here but MiniBridge or a variant is used for sample and practice deals. The Yes, No, Maybe bidding concepts are introduced for the determination of preferred contracts.

"I only wish that such a book had existed when I was starting out."

Barbara Seagram Author of 25 Bridge Conventions You Should Know

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About the Author

David Glandorf

DAVID GLANDORF is a retired aerospace engineer who has been teaching bridge ‘forever’, starting with lunch-time players at work, and then professionally since 2002. He was the 2013 American Bridge Teachers’ Association Teacher of the Year. David lives in Houston with his wife, Becky.

 

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