96pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-0-969846-19-2
$9.95 $9.95 £5.95
Categories: Advanced | Declarer Play | Problems & Puzzles | Canadian Authors
A brilliant sequel to There Must Be A Way, this book presents fifty-two more problems in post-mortem analysis. The two-step solution approach has been retained, and the hands are no less fun. Again, the reader is challenged to decide whether each hand can be made with best play and defence. For variety, in this book some hands are presented in single dummy format as well.
Dr. Andrew Diosy (1924-2012) was a physician specializing in internal medicine, whose hobbies included bridge and chess. Born in Hungary, he moved to Canada after the Hungarian uprising in 1957, and lived in Toronto, Ontario.
Linda Lee (Toronto, Canada) is a retired project management executive who now spends much of her time playing bridge and writing about the game. A multiple Canadian champion who has represented her country several times at the world level, her blog http://linda.bridgeblogging.com is one of the most popular bridge blogs on the net. Her books range from beginner texts to a revised and updated edition of Clyde Love's classic Bridge Squeezes Complete.
"A frustratingly enjoyable book"
— ACBL Bulletin
— Bridge Plus