Card Play Technique: The Art of Being Lucky (Batsford Bridge) Paperback – 3 Jan 1998
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All time classic book on card play.
Probably the best textbook on the play of the cards ever published. Written with clarity and verve, the authors show how any player who masters the mechanics of card play also masters the art of being lucky. Suitable for players of nearly every standard.
"Rereading Card Play Technique is like visiting an old friend you havent seen for years. Its a delight to rediscover just how good this 40-year old book really is." The ACBL Bulletin
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The joy of this book is that Mollo worked out the simplest and clearest way to convey the technique to the reader. The fact that he is the best writer the game has ever seen is a bonus. No one has improved on this book.
This book is teaching material, not entertainment. It is not for absolute beginners. But if you have been playing for a while, you can draw trumps, establish a suit and take a finesse, but do not know what "elimination and throw-in" is, then this book is for you.
If you can't learn it from this book, then learning from a book is not the way for you to learn.
Not a book you can just pick up for 5 minutes. Must STUDY it from start to finish.
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