Synopses & Reviews
Many players know how to bid, but are less adept at deciding when not to bid; this book shows how to finish in the right contract
Many players bid too often and too much, but it can be profitable to know when to keep your mouth shut. From the opening bid to much later rounds of bidding, from uncontested sequences to highly competitive auctions, this book will provide the groundwork so that you will know when silence can be golden. Each chapter covers the principles that indicate when bidding is the right course, and then which call to choose, and when passing is the winning action.
About the Author
Ron Klinger is a leading international bridge teacher who has represented Australia in many world championships from 1976 to 2007. He has written more than 50 books, including 100 Winning Bridge Tips, 100 Winning Duplicate Tips, and Improve Your Bridge Memory.