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"For the beginner or near-beginner, the revised Bridge for Dummies by Eddie Kantar is the best choice." (The New York Times, December 16, 2006)
Find out how to strategize with your partner
Hone your bridge skills and trump your opponents in no time!
Bridge isn't a game for wimps, but this helpful guide opens the door to understanding bridge with plenty of illustrated example hands, the latest bidding techniques, and an updated resources list. Bridge champion Eddie Kantar demystifies the strategies you need to succeed at this challenging game.
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I already play Bridge & am slightly familiar with the work of Eddie Kantor.
My girlfriend wants to learn the game & I thought this book would be just right for the... Read more
I bought "Bridge for Dummies" claimed to be in good condition and I found it to be in good condition therefore I am quite happy with the product. Read morePublished on Nov. 7 2012 by Florbela
This book was received promptly and in excellent condition for a used copy. For those who wish to learn to play Bridge or merely to brush up on forgotten skills, it is an... Read morePublished on April 18 2010 by Nezza
what more can I say?? Next book purchase will prob be with this seller unless for some reason not available in his store.Published on April 8 2010 by Richard E. Pollock
I am new to Bridge, although I have played Chess and Hearts for 40 years. I first started wading through other Bridge books and got bogged down in bidding conventions before the... Read morePublished on Dec 21 2003 by Curt Renz
This is the best book I've found on Bridge because Kantar explains the "why" behind the conventions. Read morePublished on Aug. 30 2000 by Karel Kramer
A great book for people such as myself who know nothing about about bridge. I think it is great that he save auctioning techniques until the very end. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2000 by Shorthand Writer