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The Bridge Shop New Reading and

book1 (85K)

This is sure to be the funniest and most entertaining bridge biography you will ever read. Peter Fredin is one of the best players in the world and is a multiple medallist in international events. He has a style and approach to bridge that owes more to psychology than to the mathematics of the game and often that lands him in unusual situations at the table.

But, being one of the world's best card players, Peter Fredin generally finds a way to extricate himself.

Danish journalist Jeppe Juhl has collected some of Fredin's best and worst bridge moments into a book that offers superlative entertainment for any bridge player.

Available in Paperback and Digital.

book2 (68K)

One of the best ways to improve your game is to watch an expert play and get to understand the reasoning behind their bids and plays.

In the book you can follow the bidding, play and defense on 52 hands and follow the author's thinking as the hand progresses.

Understanding why the experts take certain actions can be the first step to doing it yourself.

Available in Paper back and Digital

book3 (101K)

The first of a two series that describes some of the most memorable bridge matches of the last fifty years.

It features titanic struggles for World and National titles, involving the greatest players from North America and Europe. There are amazing comebacks, down to the wire finishes, overtime victories, and an insight into how the game has changed over the last half century.

Book 1 starts with Italy's asserting its supremacy over Great Britain in 1964, and ends with Germany's dramatic Venice Cup win over France in Paris, in 2001.

Available in Paper Back and Digital.


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