The Working Horse
Every bridge player needs a “Working Horse” who neighs tirelessly hand in hand out. He never stumbles in counting up to thirteen or forty, he can anticipate what happens in trick seven and prevent a simple endplay. Do you remember ‘Boxer’ from Orwell’s novel “animal Farm”? A huge working horse, strong, laborious and helpful. Now imagine Boxer at the bridge table, pulling the defenders’ wagon from the first to the last trick.
This book is not only for new players who seek to make further progress, but also for young bridge experts, who would like to fill the gaps in their bridge education.
door Krzysztof Martens