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32 A5 Pages, paperback. Covers a very modern aproach to bidding.
1958 - 2008 Officail history of the WBF compilied by its Presidents. Published by Jaime Ortiz-Patino
by Raymond SempThis is the result of many years work and details some eighty hands on how to recognise, prepare and execute a squeeze.Normal price £12.95Special ECats price............
This is the autobiograpy of one of Britain's most well known bridge players.Normal Price £12.95Special discount!
"There are between five hundred thousand and one million men, women and children who play bridge in Great Britain & Ireland.Since its inception in the late 1920s Contract Bridge has been, and continues to be, enjoyed by British Royalty, Prime Ministers and their Governments, accountants, aristocrats, bankers, bus drivers, civil servants, computer wizards, dentists, doctors, educators, entrepreneurs, financiers, housewives, inheritors, journalists, lawyers, musicians, OAPs, porters, students, taxi drivers, tournament directors and, of course, bridge professionals. Organised bridge regularly takes place in bridge clubs, sports clubs, hotels, London clubs, places of employment and worship, schools, universities & youth clubs. The Portland Club, the founding World Authority on bridge, and still the guardian of the rules of Rubber Bridge, is British.The worlds oldest extant bridge periodical, Bridge Magazine, published monthly since 1927, is British.British teams have won 12 World and 21 European titles.The Gold Cup, the most prestigious of all British competitions, founded 1931, has been won by 176 people, of whom around 100 are believed to be alive today. But who are these people who inhabit Planet Bridge and just what exactly did they achieve? Where did they come from? Who taught them? With whom did they achieve success? Who is or was the National Bridge Association? Who invented Acol and Stayman? Did Terence Reese win more championships than Tony Forrester? Who was Adam Meredith? Who is Michael Rosenberg? Who achieved success for their country, county, university or House in Parliament? This tome provides the answer to all these questions and more.The Almanack is divided into two main parts, the first being a compilation of prose. These contents are in no way definitive, authoritative, or complete; they are simply my preference from the resources available to me. The second section is a record of major domestic and international tournaments together with the performance of British players in the latter. I hope you enjoy this collection of articles, facts, photographs, humour and statistics as much as I have enjoyed compiling them. "- Peter Hasenson.Free delivery within the UK (£5 delivery for rest of the world)
compiled by Raymond Brock (196 Pages)From time to time, after the game, a number of bridge players will sit around in the bar. The conversation will turn to everyone's favourite bridge books. You can pretty much guarantee that someone will mention The Country Life Book of Bridge - the collection of Harrison-Gray's articles that appeared in Country Life. Here Raymond Brock has edited and updated those articles - omitting those that have dated, replacing them with other Gray articles that appeared in Bridge Magazine. Illustrated with photographs, this new work brings Gray's articles to life, ensuring that his work will be read well into the new millennium.Raymond Brock, seasoned international, has won two World Championships as captain and coach of British junior teams.
Report by Brian Senior from the championships in Dublin
Report by Brian Senior from the championships in Tai Chang
The official book of the event
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124 A4 Pages, heatbound. Coverage of all the 2001 Zonal Championships, including all the news, best deals and results.
Approx 70 A4 Pages, heatbound. All the best deals and results from Mangaratiba
at the World Championships held in Hammamet Tunisia in 1997By Brian Senior
Official book of the 44th Generali European Championships , held in Malta June 1999.Edited by Brian Senior and produced by the European Bridge League
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by Brian SeniorSpecial price!! was £6.99
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32 A5 Pages, paperback. Covers a variety of weak two-level opening methods and with a suggested defence to each
The life of a bridge journalistby Mark Horton and Brian SeniorWas £10.00 special price ,only on this web site £8.00 !Foreward by Omar SharifHave you ever wondered what it would be like to spend your time traveling the world and being invited to play bridge in exotic locations? Well the authors do just that... read on.
Henry Francis and Brian Senior (256 Pages)The Bermuda Bowl is the bridge championship - the one everyone wants to win: the Open WorldTeams title. In this book the authors go right back to the beginning, to 1950, in a year by year account of this great tournament.Henry Francis, bridge journalist, is the editor of the Encyclopedia of Bridge and 13 World Championship books.Brian Senior, bridge professional and journalist, has represented both Great Britain and Ireland at international level.
By Brian Senior (128 Pages)The most popular feature in all the best bridge magazines is the 'bidding panel' article where a team of experts submit their answers to a variety of bidding problems. In this book, Brian Senior has grouped together problems in related situations in order to discover modern expert thinking.Brian Senior, bridge professional and journalist, has represented both Great Britain and Ireland at international level. He is the current editor of the World Championship book series.
By Geo Tislevol and Geir Helgemo (102 Pages)One of the most outstanding young bridge players of our times. THis book attempts to reveal what makes Helgemo's aproach to bridge so special.Geo Tislevol lives in Norway and is a professional Bridge writer.
By Raymond Brock (186 Pages)This is a clasic collection of bridge articles that first appeared in Country Life. In this book they have bben editied and updated by the late Raymond Brock. Illustrated with photos.Raymond Brock was a sesoned internation player who won two world championships as the captain of the British Junior teams.
By Robert Sheehan (107 Pages)Be enthralled reading about the going ons in the £100 a game at TGR's bridge club in LondonRobert Sheehan is bridge crrespondent for The Times newspaper
Sally Brock & Barry Rigal (144 Pages)Towards the end of the last millennium, the Bols Royal Distilleries of The Netherlands sponsored the Bols Brilliancy Awards which were presented annually to both the reporter and the executor of the year's most brilliant hand. In these pages Sally Brock and Barry Rigal take a new look at all the hands nominated for these awards and, for added interest, include personal details/anecdotes and photographs of most of the stars.Sally Brock, double world champion, is a bridge author and journalist. As well as writing in the bridge press, she has had a regular column in 'The Times'.Barry Rigal is a professional bridge writer, player and commentator who now lives in New York.
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Thinking about learning Bridge but don't know the basics?Want to be able to play a social game?This book starts from scratch to teach you how to play and enjoy the ever popular and challenging game of bridgeAndrew Robson, former World and European Champion, is Britain's leading bridge player-teacher-writer.
Andrew Robson, The Times bridge columnist and one of the world's top bridge players, has selected fascinating sample deals over a wide range of themes to clarify aspects. of the game. These include when to double, using all your assets, an insight into expert reasoning and Andrew's highs and lows in the heady world of the top level game.Each of the 180 deals from around the world is to be savoured from this clear, logical, yet entertaining writer. Bridge Secrets is the perfect guide for intermediate and social players, as well as club and tournament players
At last a compilation of Andrew Robson's acclaimed bridge columns from The Times to help the social or less experience Bridge player to improve their game and to stop repeating the same mistakes. Champion bridge player, teacher and columnist, Andrew Robson, imparts the essential know-how to play Bridge with confidence and to win the game.
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