Killing Defence At Bridge by Hugh Kelsey
One of the all-time classics of bridge, revolutionary when first published and as relevant now as it was then.
Killing Defence at Bridge is one of the great classics of bridge. It carries the mark of a genius and was the first in a series of major books written by Hugh Kelsey, who became internationally recognised as a leading authority on the analysis of bridge. He coupled this incisive thinking with a brilliant skill with words and made the most complex techniques in bridge sound simple and easy to grasp. Killing Defence features a foreword by Ron Klinger, one of bridge’s leading teachers.
If you’re really serious about improving your game, Killing Defence at Bridge has a partner book: More Killing Defence at Bridge.
Hugh Kelsey, international player, writer and analyst, is recognised universally as one of the all-time great names in bridge. With the gift of explaining complex ideas in simple terms, he wrote over 50 bridge books of exceptional merit during a lifetime devoted to the game. He was for many years Editor of the Master Bridge Series.
Publication date Thursday, July 19, 2001
BIC 2.1 Bridge (WDMC1)
Binding Trade Paperback
Format B Format
Extent 192 pages
Series MASTER BRIDGE