Eddie Kantar Teaches Advanced Bridge Defense – Part 1:


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Eddie Kantar Teaches Advanced Bridge Defense Part 1 of 3: Planning includes

Chapter 1: Planning the Defense at Suit Contracts
Identifying the dummy
Other considerations
Practice Hands
Test Yourself
Solutions
Key Ideas

Chapter 2: Learning to Think
Inferences from the lead
Inferences from the play
Inferences from the bidding
Practice Hands
Test Yourself
Solutions
Key Ideas

For the remaining chapters, see these titles:
Eddie Kantar Teaches Advanced Bridge Defense Part 2: Counting
Eddie Kantar Teaches Advanced Bridge Defense Part 3: Sophisticated Defense

American Bridge Teachers Association Book of the Year Award Winner

Eddie Kantar's various beginner books have sold hundreds of thousands of copies in ten different languages, not least because of his unique style and the humor that he introduces into the learning process. Advanced Bridge Defense is intended to cover some of the more complex concepts of bridge defense for the modern advancing player, and will undoubtedly be a standard teaching tool and reference work for the next quarter-century. The topics covered here (planning the defense, inferences, various ways of counting the hand, developing extra trump tricks, falsecarding, and lead-directing doubles) are handled so thoroughly that even more advanced players will benefit from studying this book. Designed to be used by bridge teachers, or by students learning on their own, this book contains a host of features that help the student to grasp the material: clearly laid-out concepts, margin notes, practice hands, chapter-end quizzes, key-point summaries at regular intervals, and an index. It is intended to be read after the companion volume, Eddie Kantar Teaches Modern Bridge Defense.

For the complete book see the following title:
Eddie Kantar Teaches Advanced Bridge Defense

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