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Author: Ray Young edited by Sally Brock
ISBN: 9780572033019
Specifications: 216x135mm, paperback, 96 pages, colour
Publication Date: 28 February 2007

Bridge for People Who Don’t Know One Card from Another

Ray Young edited by Sally Brock
* Sally Brock has twice been World Champion and three times European Chamption.

* She is Assistant Editor of Bridge Magazine and bridge columnist on The Sunday Times.

* This is a short, light, beautifully crafted introduction to bridge for beginners.

* It is very hands-on and gets the reader playing from the start. You learn by playing and it’s so easy in colour.

* Bridge is going through a growth surge as retirees discover the social dynamics attached to it.

* It is brilliantly simple and provides enough information to start the game and enjoy it.

* It really does what it says on the cover!

Bridge isn’t difficult once you’ve jumped the first hurdle, but that hurdle can seem imposing to anyone who hasn’t a clue about card games. And the jargon can seem pretty bewildering too. This book strips away the mystery and presents the basics in a wonderfully clear and concise way. It explains everything that is needed before you can play – or even read intelligently about the game. In much less time than readers think possible, they will learn to play Bridge, the best of card games.