Bobby Fischer, the reclusive chess champion, once said: "You have found a good move - fine - now look for a better one." The same advice holds true in bridge. If you settle for second best, you will not achieve your full potential. Through a series of problems that are both fresh and a genuine test of skill, the reader is offered the chance to become accustomed to looking for that extra edge. Whether or not he finds the best answers first time round, he will surely develop new ways of thinking to strengthen his game.
This book was originally published in 1994, and in this new edition are substantially revised and expanded.
Paperback; 152 pages; 2005