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How to Read Your Opponents Cards

How to Read Your Opponents Cards Mike Lawrence is concerned less with how to play your hand than with how to think about playing The idea is to minimize risk by deducing where your opponent s high cards are Lawrence shows how to spot

Mike Lawrence is concerned less with how to play your hand than with how to think about playing The idea is to minimize risk by deducing where your opponent s high cards are Lawrence shows how to spot and interpret clues from the opening bid on with chapters titled Sizing Up the Case, Finding the Witness, Analyzing the Clues, Conducting the Investigation, CheckiMike Lawrence is concerned less with how to play your hand than with how to think about playing The idea is to minimize risk by deducing where your opponent s high cards are Lawrence shows how to spot and interpret clues from the opening bid on with chapters titled Sizing Up the Case, Finding the Witness, Analyzing the Clues, Conducting the Investigation, Checking the Evidence, Nailing Down the Case, and Making Your Sixth Sense Work The latter deals with watching your opponent s body language for the tells that reveal their thoughts involuntarily Each chapter but the last features a quiz section to help you practice techniques.Each chapter takes a principle, helps the reader understand it, and gives examples, plus a quiz on the subject A great help if you seem to guess right half the time or less when playing the dummy.

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  1. Monte Lamb says:
    This book offers tremendous insight in how to deduct what cards lie where with your opponents The only thing I can say negatively is some parts of it seem a little dated and there are a few examples that I would question on how the conclusions were reached Having said that, the book is excellent is giving a framework on what to look for and how to deduce what cards lie where It also gives some great examples when you have to have a certain card be on one side or the other and then how to go abou [...]

  2. Peter Rice says:
    Great bridge book I know it is old one of his first , but it still resonates twenty years later when I read it a second time Clear, to the point, and not over loaded with detail on a single topic A fast survey of ideas that still has plenty of support.

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