Bridge on a Shoestring
by: Michael Schoenborn
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A fictionalized account of growing up as a bridge player in Toronto in the 1960s and 1970s, based closely on the author’s own experiences. Great characters, great stories, great bridge hands – what more could you want?
The author’s irreverent dry wit charmed me. — The Bridge World 07/29/2015
The funniest bridge book I've read in years. But don't be fooled -- some of the ideas have considerable merit -- and don't gloss over the cardplay: some of it is highly instructive, especially to see how opponents can be induced to err. — David Morgan, \'Australian Bridge\' 01/16/2015
A captivating account of a man who fulfills his dream. — ACBL Bulletin 11/18/2014
You owe it to yourself to read this book. The laughs are sometimes one a second. And we are constantly reminded how captivating bridge can be, for players on all levels. Be warned, though. Because of Schoenborn’s fertile, brilliant imagination, some sections require careful reading, depending on your own bridge ability, to understand exactly what is happening at the table.
But don’t let that dissuade you from the experience. When great characters and great stories are told by a master story teller about the game you love, what more can you ask for? — Malcolm Ewashkiw, The Belleville Intelligencer 10/07/2014
(Toronto) has represented Canada several times in world championships, having won both the Canadian Team Championships and the Canadian Senior Team Championships. While he has been a prolific contributor to bridge magazines in Canada over the years, this is his first book.
Date Added: 08/05/2014 by Shelagh Paulsson
I moved to Toronto in the 1970's, and was soon a member of the local bridge crowd. I was lucky to meet The Shoe as well as many of the characters in his book. The best part of the game was the post mo...
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