A Good Game of Modern Bridge

In A Good Game of Modern Bridge, you will find the methods and conventional bids which reflect current standards. The first half will enable the club player to glide comfortably into modern practice. The second half contains more sophisticated approaches suitable for the advanced player and perhaps even for the expert. Adopt those that suit you. Get your own copy now.

Norfolk Island Bridge Holiday

Norfolk Island Bridge Holiday with Ron and Suzie Klinger, November 17-24.  Only two rooms left. For details, click here.

Silversea Cruise with Ron and Suzie Klinger on board Silver Wind | December 1-12, 2014

New cruises with Suzie and Ron Klinger Singapore to Hong Kong, December 1-12, visiting Thailand and Vietnam For details, click here.

 


Latest Articles

  • 31 October

    New Player Problem 2190

    What would you do as East?

  • 31 October

    Daily Problem 2479 – Paying The Dues For Undue Caution

    What would you do as North with:

  • 30 October

    Daily Problem 2478 – Open Sesame Street

    You are the dealer, both sides vulnerable. What action would you take? 

  • 30 October

    New Player Problem 2189

    West leads the 8. You win with the K and play the 6. West takes A and switches to the 4: two – queen - ace. You play to the Q, all follow, and a heart to the king. East discards a spade. When you play a club to the A, West discards the 9. How do you continue?

  • 29 October

    Daily Problem 2477 – Grand Idea

    What is your next move? 

  • 29 October

    New Player Problem 2188

    What would you do as West? 

  • 28 October

    Daily Problem 2476 – Grand Opportunity

    You are the dealer, both sides vulnerable. What is your plan of bidding

  • 28 October

    New Player Problem 2187

    How should these hands be bid? With West dealer, both vulnerable, North will overcall 2(natural).  No other North-South bidding.

  • 27 October

    Weekly Quiz 343

    Try five new bridge questions to see how quickly you're improving. Remember, each quiz is scored on the number of questions you answer correctly as well as how long it takes you to complete it, so be decisive.

  • 27 October

    New Player Problem 2186

    What would you do as West?

  • 27 October

    Daily Problem 2475 – Play Time

    With no opposition bidding, South is in 2. West leads the 10: ace – three -two. You play the 5: ten – jack – queen. West returns the 9: six – five - king. You ruff the 6 and play the 7, Q from East. You ruff and West follows. What next?

  • 20 October

    Weekly Quiz 342

    Try five new bridge questions to see how quickly you're improving. Remember, each quiz is scored on the number of questions you answer correctly as well as how long it takes you to complete it, so be decisive.

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