Over 100 years of bridge history it is not surprising that one can find many matches and events that came down to the last board, or even the last card, played. And of course, there is an added poignancy in these situations that derives from the fact that bridge is a unique sport in one aspect the players do not know the score. In this book, the authors collect dozens of fascinating deals, each of which is that last board the one that decided a world title and represented an individual triumph or tragedy.
|Publisher:||Master Point Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Mark Horton is an internationally-known player and writer, and is Editor of BRIDGE magazine in the UK. His most recent book was Misplay these Hands with Me.
Table of Contents
1 1964 The End of an Era 9
2 1979 Flying Down to Rio 65
3 1979 The History Boys 93
4 1985 Breathless 115
5 1985 The Real Boys from Brazil 173
6 1986 Miami Vice 187
7 2001 La Vie Parisienne 235