This book addresses the thought processes that novice declarers must develop and practice. What features of a bridge hand lead an expert to select the correct line of play from all those available? The carefully chosen examples in this book will help advancing players to recognize those features and take action accordingly.
Praise for Julian Laderman's first book, A Bridge to Simple Squeezes:
"As you may deduce from the ABTA award, the book is easy to read and easy to follow. If you have hitherto thought of squeezes as too difficult, perhaps now is the time to think again."
— Julian Pottage
"(The) focus is on making simple squeezes accessible, and in this (the author) succeeds admirably. Just follow the clear explantions and gradually more-challenging presentation."
— The Bridge World
Dr. Julian Laderman is a retired mathematics and computer science professor (Lehman College, City University of New York). He is a two-time winner of the American Bridge Teachers’ Association Book of the Year Award, winning for A Bridge to Simple Squeezes in 2006 and A Bridge to Inspired Declarer Play in 2009. His recent book on the history of bridge, Bumblepuppy Days, received the Alan Truscott Memorial Award from the International Bridge Press Association in 2016. For many years he wrote the bridge column for The Bronx Journal.
A GREAT BRIDGE BOOK. ONE OF THE BEST....But I do have a question for Dr. Laderman re: one of
the problems in the book. Can he be contacted. Thank you. Midge
-- Hi Midge. The answer to your questi...
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 29 April, 2011.