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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Too far off the beaten path for a "bridge tips" book 3 décembre 2012
Par Tim Luker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I typically like Danny Kleinman's thinking, and I bought this book based primarily on his reputation. Many of the problems are good ones that make one think. However, far too often the author interposes his controversial ideas on bidding into the auction-related questions. If the author is going to write a bridge tips book, he needs to gear it toward average tournament players, and thus he needs to cater to the methods they use, with some reasonable departures. For example, it does not matter if Kleinman thinks strong jump overcalls are the way to play; the vast majority of tournament players have rejected the concept and use weak jump overcalls. His ideas on the topic would be appropriate for a "system" book, but not this. Also, while most of the problems are applicable to any scoring type, one would think that Kleinman believes North American bridge players play only matchpoints. Thus, the book would be better titled "365 Winning Matchpoint Bridge Tips".

If you are looking for a book that will make you question your basic ideas about bidding systems, or if you are OK with the author suggesting that you make anti-system calls with certain hands, then you'll like this book's challenges. If you are looking for simple improvement in play, defense, and hand evaluation, you will find it here, but you will also find many thorns among the roses.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 One Star 29 juillet 2015
Par Bob Zakada - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
For losers.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Interesting bidding thoughts, good play problems 12 avril 2006
Par B. Einhorn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
When I first saw this book I expected it to be the routine book of play problems with Loser on Loser plays, not ruffing in 2nd spot, etc. Instead I was pleasantly surprised as the problems were common, but not the routine ones covered in many other books. There are bidding, defense, and play problems, all requiring the reader to listen to the bidding.

I don't agree with all of the authors bidding ideas, but they are interesting. And some of his points are excellent, like when he expalins why a convention should not be used in a certain situation. Also, concerning Long Suit/Short Suit game tries, its better if the weak hand describes itself, not the strong hand.

The play problems are mostly Intermediate Plus. Most are MP oriented, but that doesn't take away from their use for IMPS players. The problems are common ones, not unusual squeezes.

They involve counting, listening to the bidding, visualizing the unseen hands, thinking about a suit based on spots played, not breaking new suits, or setting up a suit.

Over, this book will not be of much interest to Advanced players (most who think they are advanced are just Intermediate plus) becajus ethey will find the play problems easy, and already know the bidding.

Those below Intermediate level will not be able to visialize teh hands and think about the spots, and will miss most of the problems, and probably not even know how to solve them.

Example:

You dont want to lead any other suit but Clubs, based on the bidding, so you select Clubs.

you lead K from KQ32

Dummy has 10 x x

pard plays the 5.

Declarer plays the 6.

Whats going on?

At first you may think its a Bath Coup and not to continue.

But with the 10 in Dummy, its likely Declarer doesn't have the AJ else he would take the K and lead to the 10, establishing a 2nd trick by force.

Leading low can be ok.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A practical-minded resource for bridge players of all levels from novice to skilled professional 13 février 2006
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Expert-level bridge and backgammon player Danny Kleinman presents 365 Winning Bridge Tips, a practical-minded resource for bridge players of all levels from novice to skilled professional. Virtually every tip is actually in the form of a bridge problem, spelled out with a simple black-and-white diagram and bridge notation, while the text walks the reader through the problem, the ideal solution, and possible alternatives. Discussing both issues of bidding and card play, 365 Winning Bridge Tips presumes familiarity with basic bridge rules and conventions but no more than that. A "must-read" from the aspiring bridge gamer seeking to hone his or her skills.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A practical-minded resource for bridge players of all levels from novice to skilled professional 13 février 2006
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Expert-level bridge and backgammon player Danny Kleinman presents 365 Winning Bridge Tips, a practical-minded resource for bridge players of all levels from novice to skilled professional. Virtually every tip is actually in the form of a bridge problem, spelled out with a simple black-and-white diagram and bridge notation, while the text walks the reader through the problem, the ideal solution, and possible alternatives. Discussing both issues of bidding and card play, 365 Winning Bridge Tips presumes familiarity with basic bridge rules and conventions but no more than that. A "must-read" from the aspiring bridge gamer seeking to hone his or her skills.
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