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Hand Evaluation in Bridge How to adjust the…

Hand Evaluation in Bridge How to adjust the point-count method to assess…

by Brian Senior

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The point-count method is not the only factor to evaluate a hand. The author explains how to judge your playing strength and make the appropriate bid to convey this information to your partner. A number of tips enable the reader to apply the rules to future hands that he or she holds, such as the location of honours and the way to adjust the value of your hand in light of the bidding to date. Brian Senior is a top tournament player who is editor of International Popular Bridge Monthly.

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