This is an author who has been there and seen it all. As a multiple world champion and former president of the World Bridge Federation, no-one is better placed to discuss the big issues that face the game today. He can talk authoritatively about cheating at the top levels of the game, destructive bidding systems, sponsorship, professional players, and the other big issues – and he does. He opens the closets of the bridge world, and shows us the skeletons inside that no-one wants to talk about. Wolff names names: as the title implies, he has always been prepared to call a spade a spade and let the chips fall where they may. Wolff describes his own life and career in bridge with a brutally honest and emotional self-appraisal. This book will receive major review attention, and will be as controversial as one would expect a book from this author to be.
|Publisher:||Master Point Pr|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Bobby Wolff is one of the all-time great American bridge players. He started winning world championships in the1960s with the famous Dallas Aces. Since then he has accumulated 11 world titles, 9 silver and bronze medals in world play, and over 30 national titles. His daily ‘Bridge with the Aces’ column is nationally syndicated, and he has been elected to the Bridge Hall of Fame.