Modern Losing Trick Count Flipper by Ron Klinger
The Modern Losing Trick Count Flipper contains what every bridge player should know about this superior valuation method. It is invaluable for rapid, easy reference at any time. The Ron Klinger flippers have staggered pages in the style of a telephone directory, making it really fast to access the information about a particular topic. Also known as a ‘Fast Fact Finder’, existing customers of the Klinger flippers like them because they provide just what you need to know about a topic in a concise and clearly written way. For their slim size, the amount of information that Ron Klinger has included is really quite remarkable! At 9.7 x 16.9cm another advantage of the Klinger flippers is that they easily fit into a pocket or handbag, making them ideal to carry to games.
The Modern Losing Trick Count Flipper contains information about the following topics:
- The Modern Losing Trick Count
- The Losing Trick Count Formula
- Counting Your Own Losers
- Examples of Counting Losers
- The Value of the Queen
- Estimating Partner’s Losers (1)
- Estimating Partner’s Losers (2)
- Underlying Basis for the LTC
- Cover Cards
- Opener’s Rebids
- Responder’s Strategy
- Competitive Bidding
- Adjustments to the LTC
- The LTC in Practice
- Summary Tables
This Fast Fact Finder can be enhanced by studying the following books, also stocked by us:
The Modern Losing Trick Count – Bidding to Win at Bridge by Ron Klinger
Hand Evaluation & The Losing Trick Count by Andrew Robson
Ron Klinger – Author Biography
Ron Klinger is not only an international player, a winner of many prestigious bridge championships and a well-know leading bridge journalist. He is also a Master of Laws, with First Class Honours, and has years of experience in teaching bridge at all levels. He brings to his books the sharpness of a trained legal mind, together with the authority of a Grand Master and the understanding of a top teacher.
What are Bridge Flippers or Flip Charts?
Bridge Flippers are flip books containing easily accessible nuggets of information to guide you during play. Both Ron Klinger and Andrew Robson have their own series of flippers.