Bridge Books for Advanced Players

About Master’s Program

Graduate Hat by digitalart

It consists of 17 bridge books that cover comprehensive scope of topics divided in three sections:

  1.     Bidding – laying particular emphasis on competitive bidding.
  2.     Declarer Play – to improve its efficiency.
  3.     Defensive play – which is considered the most difficult element of bridge.

My bridge books are:

ethodized – you learn from training materials I was collecting, selecting and improving for over 30 years of work as a coach.
mbitious – you will need to rack your brain, analyse A LOT and seek for solutions.
atisfying – I personally guarantee you the effectivness of training with this material.
ime – saving – you are saving time working with well thought – through, organised and structured material.
xtensive – you have knowledge covering all fields of bridge available in one place.
ational – you can easily adapt and implement skills and knowledge gained during training to your own playing style.

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A little more about the website…

If you’re not sure if you’re ready for master level download free samples – there’s a link available on the description page of each book. Than see the contents table and a part of a book to decide if it’s right for you.

You can choose to buy single books in paperback or pdf format.

Shipment in Europe is free of charge. I charge shipment fees only for packages sent to countries outside Europe.

Paperback books come also in bundles:

  • Bidding – 7 books
  • Declarer Play – 4 books
  • Defensive Play – 6 books
  • Full Set – 17 books

Buy a bundle and you get a discount on the books and a special price for shipment (I’m sharing the cost).

You can pay with debit / credit card or with your paypal account. In both cases use Paypal system as a payment method.

 

PS. Take a look at free lessons. They will improve your play in various aspects and give you some insights into what my books are all about.

You can find news about my new bridge books and some useful tips on how to use the website in the blog section.

 

 

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