Adventures in Card Play

Hugh Kelsey + Geza Ottlik

Victor Gollancz 1989
A book review by Danny Yee © 1992
Adventures in Card Play may be the most advanced book on bridge play ever written. It contains some really amazing hands — not the sort of thing most of us will ever be able to put into practise at the bridge table, but worth looking at just for sheer wonder. It is definitely not a book for beginners, since it assumes an understanding of the mechanisms of (compound) squeezes, end plays, and lots of other standard techniques, as well as an ability to track multiple possibilities down several levels.

June 1992

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%T Adventures in Card Play
%A Kelsey, Hugh
%A Ottlik, Geza
%I Victor Gollancz
%D 1989
%O paperback
%G ISBN 0575064366
%P 285pp