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SPECIAL OFFERS FROM THE

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THE 2007 WORLD BRIDGE PLAY MODERN BRIDGE (DVD)

with Andrew Robson £19.99

CHAMPIONSHIPS: SHANGHAI

Edited by Brian Senior. 336 pages, paperback In eight classes, Andrew covers all the basic

areas of the game. Each concludes with a

RRP £22 EBU Price £19.80 concise "If you remember just three things".

Brian Senior and his team of writers The Classes are: Bidding as Opener,

(Nevena Senior covers the 6th World Bidding as Responder, Using Trumps,

Opening 1NT and Responding, Card Play

Transnational Open Teams, John

Techniques, Overcalling, Double &

Carruthers the Seniors Bowl, with Cathy Opening Leads and Defence.

Chua, Jeff Miller, Barry Rigal and Brian

Senior himself the Venice Cup and Bermuda Bowl.) have pro- * Over three hours of quality teaching

duced another feast if Bridge at the highest level. With 336 * Graphical representation of the hands for clarity

* Easy to understand illustrative Flow Charts and Diagrams

pages you get an amazing amount of terrific Bridge for a mod-

* Ideal for learning - with repeat viewing, pause and summaries.

est outlay. All World Championship books dating back to

1997 are available priced from £19.99 to £22 ‘Easily the best instructional product on the market, this DVD brings Bridge

firmly into the 21st century.’ Mark Horton - editor of BRIDGE Magazine

PRO BRIDGE 3000

LUXURY BRIDGE TABLE RRP £99.99 EBU £95

WAS £99.95 EBU £95 The new handheld Bridge computer is

+ £10 for delivery in the UK convenient and portable. The large

A high quality wool baize table with screen clearly displays your game and

mahogany frame and click-lock the new joystick makes it easy to navi-

action folding wooden legs. gate your way through the game.

Approx: 30.5” square and 27” high. Features include; automatic shuffle,

Also available: deals, score keeping and save game

Standard Bridge Table (not pictured) feature which allows you to stop and

- metal legged - black vinyl top. resume games at any time. Bidding

RRP £49.95 EBU £45 systems include ACOL, 5-card Majors

+ £10 for delivery in the UK and Standard American and it will play

Rubber or Duplicate Bridge. Allows

STOP PRESS! Elegance Bridge Table - £249.99 - NOW IN STOCK take-backs of bids and cards played.

Top quality mahogany used with a superb velvet playing surface. Large easy-to-read screen. Includes

see www.bridgeshop.com for photo and further description Hint, Autoplay, View Scores features.

Powerful backlight makes it easy to see

Approx size:

w w w. b r i d g e s h o p. co m 195 x 108mm (9” x 5”)

your hand in poor lighting. Requires 4

x AAA batteries (not included).

BRIDGE CLOTH & MATCHING NAPKINS

BridgePartner Duplicate boards

Set of 16: RRP £34.95 EBU OFFER £30 (specify colour)

Set of 32: RRP £59.95 EBU OFFER £50 (specify colour)

Set of 40: RRP £72.50 EBU OFFER £60 (specify colour)

- Can be used with or without Duplicate machine.

- Made from a durable hard-wearing plastic making them Burgundy

perfect for clubs or home use. This quality cotton bridge

- Holder for traveller/score-sheet on the back. cloth comes complete with

four matching napkins. At

- Each board measures: 260mm x 105mm x 12mm 116cm square it will cover any

(10.25” x 4” x 0.5”) Beige

bridge table and provide the

- Available in choice of colours: Red, Green, Blue and Black perfect playing surface.

Comes in a choice of three

Bidding Boxes: Set of 4 from only £20 colours: Burgundy, Beige and

Brown. £49.99 each

see website or call us for further details Brown

THE LONDON BRIDGE CENTRE 369 Euston Road London NW1 3AR

TO ORDER CALL 020 7388 2404 OR GO ONLINE www.bridgeshop.com EMAIL info@bridgeshop.com

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