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SPRING OFFERS FROM THE

LONDON BRIDGE CENTRE

BRIDGE LESSONS FROM PLAY MODERN BRIDGE (DVD)

with Andrew Robson £19.99

ANDREW ROBSON

In eight classes, Andrew covers all the basic

£4.99 PER BOOKLET areas of the game. Each concludes with a

In a compelling format, each concise "If you remember just three things".

page consists of a lesson,

plus an illustrative deal. Not The Classes are: Bidding as Opener,

only will you further your Bidding as Responder, Using Trumps,

understanding of the topic Opening 1NT and Responding, Card Play

but its bite-size lesson for- Techniques, Overcalling, Double &

mat makes the learning that Opening Leads and Defence.

little bit more enjoyable. * Over three hours of quality teaching

9 booklets available: * Graphical representation of the hands for clarity

Double, Finesse, Overcall, Slam, * Easy to understand illustrative Flow Charts and Diagrams

Weak Two, Opening Lead, * Ideal for learning - with repeat viewing, pause and summaries.

Stayman & Transfer, Endplay & ‘Easily the best instructional product on the market, this DVD brings Bridge

Squeeze, Signal & Discard firmly into the 21st century.’ Mark Horton - editor of BRIDGE Magazine

LUXURY BRIDGE TABLE

WAS £99.95 EBU £95

+ £10 for delivery in the UK

A high quality wool baize table with

mahogany frame and click-lock

action folding wooden legs.

Approx: 30.5” square and 27” high.

Also available:

Standard Bridge Table (not pictured) -

metal legged - black vinyl top.

RRP £49.95 EBU £45

+ £10 for delivery in the UK

PRO BRIDGE 610 - RRP £139.99 EBU £115

The most powerful bridge computer available. Plays ACOL or 5-

STOP PRESS! Elegance Bridge Table - £249.99 - NOW IN STOCK Card Majors). Aimed at the social player it has 11 skill levels.

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see www.bridgeshop.com for photo and further description ling! Screen size: 9cm x 7cm. Uses 3AA batteries (not included)

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TEACH YOURSELF BRIDGE TECHNIQUE by David Bird (CD) £24.95

From acclaimed author David Bird, Teach Yourself Bridge Technique is intended

for the intermediate player. Covering ten major areas of declarer play (including,

for example, Entry Management and Avoidance Play). Each chapter contains an

introduction to the topic followed by a series of problem deals. The auction of

each deal is briefly discussed (often with quiz questions). You can then play

these deals against the computer using BridgeMaster technology where the

intention is to have the E-W cards arranged to defeat you should you misplay

the contract. Next comes a card-by-card explanation of the correct play.

There is also some fun: two chapters filled with the hilarious exploits of the

nuns of St. Hilda's Convent and the monks of St. Titus Monastery. Again you

can try to make the contracts yourself before seeing what happens in the

story. Finally all of the deals can be played in random order, so that you will

not be alerted in advance as to the type of technique required.

EXCELLENT GRAPHICS WITH A USER-FRIENDLY INTERFACE This software is compatible with ANY type of PC - including those running Vista.

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