This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to become a truly great bridge player. Many of us have heard of bridge before, and we might have some interest in it because maybe we have a parent or grandparent who plays the game.
But did you know that bridge is a great card game to get into, simply because you can learn some amazing skills with it?
It's more than just your grandmother's card game, but rather it's a fun game that you can not only use to play with others, but it also teaches you some great skills that will allow you to learn more about yourself and harness the skills that will help you. Bridge is certainly an interesting game, and it's one you will enjoy.
It's time for you to become an amazing bridge player with this beginner's guide. This guide will give you the basic foundation of what bridge is, and how to play it, along with some of the best ways to win.
You'll be an amazing bridge player by the end of this, and it's a game that's not only skillful, but fun as well. So what are you waiting for? It's time to learn all about bridge and how to play it.
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Would you listen to Bridge again? Why?
Yes, my grandparents have always wanted me to play during holidays, but they never explained how to play it properly. This book fills in all the details on how to play that my grandparents forgot to tell me!
What did you learn from Bridge that you would use in your daily life?
I learned a lot of tips and tricks that I could use against the average bridge player to win the game!!! I know a lot of people play this for money, so I think everybody should listen to this guide eventually.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Sounds like synthesized speech. Very irritating with frequent choppy pauses. Only 43 minutes. Learned nothing. Read Wiki instead. Poorly written as well.
This guide did an excellent job at teaching a beginner like me how to play bridge. I was amazed by how well this guide was written. The narrator made this game seem a lot more easier than it looks. Well done!
Not much information about playing the game. Reader doesn’t sound as if he has played the game at all.