Selecting the best line of play in a bridge hand as declarer is not
easy. Most novices know something about basic odds and percentages,
and can often find a line that offers a reasonable chance of
success. However, the expert will skilfully combine options, so as
to take advantage of more than chance. Rather than putting all his
eggs in one basket, he will 'stay alive', squeezing out every extra
chance. In this book of intermediate bridge problems, Eddie Kantar
shows the reader how to do this - there is always a line of play
that will allow you take all your chances, and bring home your
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