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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 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 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
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.
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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