Master of Bridge Psychology: Inside the Remarkable Mind of Peter Fredin

Master of Bridge Psychology: Inside the Remarkable Mind of Peter Fredin

by Jeppe Juhl


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This may be the funniest bridge biography you will ever read. Peter Fredin of Sweden won the 2009 European Pairs, and is a multiple medalist in world events. Other top-level experts fear and respect him as a challenging opponent, whose imaginative style and exceptional card-reading put them under constant pressure. His approach to bridge is unusual, and often owes more to table feel and psychology than to the mathematics of the game. Danish journalist Jeppe Juhl, a close personal friend, has collected some of Fredin's best and worst moments into a book that offers superlative entertainment for any bridge player. You'll be looking forward to trying some of these plays yourself!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781771400466
Publisher: Master Point Press
Publication date: 07/15/2018
Pages: 240
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)

About the Author

Jeppe Juhl is an award-winning print and TV journalist ni Denmark who also happens to be an expert player of poker, bridge, chess, backgammon and Scrabble.

Table of Contents

Introduction 9

Chapter 1 The Beginning 15

Chapter 2 A Controversial Player 31

Chapter 3 Coups & Other Miracles 41

Chapter 4 Disasters & Other Mishaps 61

Chapter 5 Bidding with Fredin 75

Chapter 6 Card Reading 93

Chapter 7 Rubber on the Balcony 121

Chapter 8 Good Technique 131

Chapter 9 With Fredin on Lead 143

Chapter 10 Playing with Gary 157

Chapter 11 Defensive Masterpieces 173

Chapter 12 Cheating & Damned Cheating 189

Chapter 13 Fredin's Bridge Tips 201

Peter Fredin's Record 209

Index of Names 211

Photo Credits 213

About the Author 215

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