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The Golden Rules of Competitive Auctions

Julian Pottage, Marc Smith

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Master Bridge, Prose: non-fiction

An invaluable guide to knowing how and when to get into or stay in the bidding

Competition brings many benefits or so all the politicians say. Bridge players certainly subscribe to the theory. These days somewhere between two thirds and three quarters of all auctions see both sides entering the fray. Having a basic knowledge of how to get into or stay in the bidding is therefore a key attribute for success at the bridge table. You will often hear rules quoted such as "do not double them into the game" or "leave the five level to the enemy". This book covers all the rules likely to help you and, as usual in this series, you will find plenty of examples both for and against each one.

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Julian Pottage

Julian Pottage is a former Junior International player and is a Grand Master. He reviews bridge books for a number of journals and is a highly-regarded author of bridge books.

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