183pp | Paperback | ISBN 978-1-894154-64-2
Categories: General Interest | Canadian Authors
Here's a bridge book that's just good fun!
Actually, we don't guarantee that you won't learn anything while you're reading it, but that's not the main purpose of this book. Here are just a few of the things you'll get to do in these pages:
- Think about whether it's better to be lucky or good - Learn Colbert's Rules, and when to apply them - Find out how Restricted Choice applies to TV game shows - Study the Shoe's 3-minute Guide to Winning Bridge - Discover the psychological laws that drive us to play this game - Stay up all night with David Silver playing for money - Follow Alice into the Wonderland bridge club - Solve bridge-related puzzles
If you're not afraid to own a bridge book that will live by your bedside and keep you up reading it far too late at night, go ahead - take it home!
Ray Lee (Toronto, Canada) has been playing and writing about bridge for more than 40 years. A former bridge columnist for the 'Toronto Star', he has also been editor of various bridge magazines, and has written for such varied periodicals as the ACBL Bulletin, BRIDGE magazine, Bridge Plus, Australian Bridge, and world championship Daily Bulletins. He is a former president of the Canadian Bridge Federation.
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.