160pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-0-969846-13-0
$16.95 $14.95 £9.95
Categories: Intermediate | Declarer Play
For most intermediate bridge players, declarer play is both fascinating and challenging, but too often they are left after a hand is over with the sinking feeling that they could have done better. In this book, acclaimed British author Danny Roth takes his readers through the most common causes of errors on play: mishandling communications, making errors involving trumps, failing to take advantage of all possible chances, and many more. He explains how to recognize the danger signals, and how to avoid the pitfalls. The situations he describes are encountered every day; careful study of the examples in this book will make the reader a better card player, and improved scores will certainly follow.
Danny Roth, of London, England, is a professional bridge teacher and writer with more than twenty books to his credit. His most recent MPP offering, 'How Good is Your Bridge' won the Best Book for Intermediate Students Award in 2008 from the American Bridge Teachers Association.
"It's difficult to imagine a better book for such a modest price."
— The ACBL Bulletin
"A solid combination tutortial and quiz; scores very well on the bridge-per-dollar scale."
— The Bridge World
"Far and away Danny Roth's best work so far."
— Bridge Plus magazine
"Combines succinct and precise instruction with clever titles and few wasted words."
— The Toronto Star