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The Fun Way to Serious Bridge Paperback – May 15 1986
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Charles Goren and Omar Sharif Daily News One of the most intriguing beginner's books we've seen in many a day...a very pleasant way to learn the world's most fascinating game.
Alan Truscott The New York Times ...takes the student efficiently through the basic rules of bidding...a sound introduction to play and defense.
About the Author
Harry Lampert, a licensed teacher of the American Bridge Teachers' Association, is a Life-Master of the American Contract Bridge League and has won titles at National, Regional and Sectional tournaments. Mr. Lampert is also a nationally published cartoonist with illustrations having appeared in The New York Times, Time, True, Esquire, Saturday Evening Post and Saturday Review.See all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
This book accomplishes these goals admirably. Nonetheless, I would have appreciated a second summary chart covering respones to a bid of 2 Club Stayman.
Still, do not be deceived - this book requires multiple readings to ensure that it all sinks in.
Most recent customer reviews
Great book for beginners.
I would highly recommend to anyone just starting to learn bridge.
Easy to follow and well set out.
My impression when I picked this book up was that there would be tons of cartoons to help remember all of the "rules", e. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2004 by Carlos N. Velez
I hold this book as the model of books I'd like to write -- on any topic. I think it helps that the author's a cartoonist. Read morePublished on July 29 2000