When to Bid, When to Pass by Ron Klinger
In When to Bid, When to Pass, Ron explains that most players know full well how to bid, but are less adept at when not to bid. Many bid too often and many bid too much. It can be quite an asset, and a profitable one at that, to know when to keep your mouth shut.
From the opening bid to much later rounds of bidding, from uncontested sequences to highly competitive auctions, this book will provide the groundwork so that you will know when silence can be golden. Each chapter provides the principles to indicate when bidding is the right move, and then which call to choose, and when passing is the prudent and winning action. It is always satisfying to find the winning bid and to finish in the right contract. This book will show you how to find the winning pass, too.
About the Author
Ron Klinger is one of the world’s leading bridge teachers and writers with over Bridge books to his credit. He is also an Australian Grand Master and a World Bridge Federation International Master.