SUIT PREFERENCE

The Abused and Misused Signal

by James Marsh Sternberg MD & Danny Kleinman


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Softcover
£12.95
Softcover
£12.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/16/2022

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 138
ISBN : 9781665561747

About the Book

SUIT PREFERENCE SIGNALS If there was ever an area in bridge that resembles walking thru a mine field this is it. No topic causes more confusion and arguments than suit preference signals. “Partner, I played a deuce. Why didn’t you switch to a club?” is heard everywhere all the time. Most signals in bridge are attitude and some are count. At the end of the line are suit preference signals. And yet, they can be found in the most unusual and useful opportunities, often overlooked. The authors here thru the use of many deals explain the do’s and don’ts of suit preference signals. The history of suit preference and it’s present methods are clearly explained. After reading this book with your partner, your defensive signaling will improve so you will be able to traverse the minefields unafraid, and put fear into your opponent’s, defeating contracts that others are making.


About the Author

Dr James Marsh Sternberg is a radiologist in Palm Beach Gardens Florida & Professor of Radiology at two northern universities. He currently teaches bridge in Florida. He has won several North American National Championships and has written extensively for many bridge publications. He is the author of many books on bridge instruction and has been a monthly columnist in the ACBL Bulletin for the past few years. “Dr J” lives in Palm Beach Gardens with Vickie Bader. He can be reached at mmay001@aol.com. Danny Kleinman is a world class bridge player, backgammon expert, author, and teacher. He has improved the game for an innumerable number of students and written more bridge, backgammon and other books than could be listed here. He has written countless articles for The Bridge World over more than 30 years and directed its Master Solvers’ Club twice annually for more than 17 years. However, he prides himself mainly on the many songs he has written and on his innovative work on democratic voting systems. Danny lives in Los Angeles. He can be reached at dannyk13@ca.rr.com.