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The author begins this thorough discussion of a neglected but vital topic by examining the real purpose of defensive signaling, and the basic kinds of signals that are available. He goes on to recommend a comprehensive set of signaling agreements, and analyzes more complex situations in the light of these agreements.
Most of the chapters are followed by a quiz, the answers to which will demonstrate the effectiveness of the recommended signal. The book finishes with a chapter that looks at the signaling methods of eight world-class pairs, with examples of their methods in action. A book any player looking to improve their results will want to read.
David Bird (Southampton, UK) is one of the world's best-known writers on the game, with almost 100 books to his credit. His most recent books for MPP include 2010 ABTA Book of the Year Planning the Play of a Bridge Hand (with Barbara Seagram) and Bridge Endplays for Everyone.
Paperback: 220 pages: November 2010