Author: Danny Roth
This is the fourth in the series of bridge problems highlighting hands which have been reported in books ,magazines and newspaper in which the 'expert' has either misanalysed the problem or totally missed the point of the hand.
This book presents more then 60 problems in declarer play or defense, bringing the reader to the critical moment of decision - but also sometimes well short of it or past it, a more realistic simulation of the heat of the battle at the table. The reader 'pits wits' against the expert who faced the same decision and whose (mis)play is then analyzed. Bridge is learnt by mistakes and this book is excellent material for eliminating them by showing readers how to tackle problems and what analysis is required.
The book is best enjoyed by those who play club and tournament bridge as well as ambitious social players who are keen to improve their game.
Paperback: 168 pages: 2017