Standard Bidding with SAYC
by: Ned Downey and Ellen Pomer ("Caitlin")
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What is Standard Bidding?
This is an increasingly hard question to answer, but the proliferation of bridge on the Internet in pickup partnerships makes it imperative that someone does so. Perhaps the most popular natural system for the hundreds of thousands of online players worldwide is the Standard American Yellow Card, or SAYC. In this book, for the first time, SAYC is fully described and explained. This will be an invaluable to aid to anyone wanting to learn and understand SAYC, or anyone who simply knows the basics and is eager to fill in the missing pieces in their repertoire.
Ned Downey is the owner/operator of the Maui Bridge Club, in Kihei, Hawaii
and an ACBL accredited Star teacher. He teaches regularly in his club and on
board cruise ships.
Ellen Pomer ("Caitlin")
Ellen Pomer, better known as 'Caitlin' online, is founder of Bridge Forum
) the largest online bridge school
featuring [prominent expert affiliates and teachers from around the world.
Ellen, who lives in Toronto, Canada, has contributed to many online
publications, as well as to The Bridge Teacher and The Bridge Bulletin.
Date Added: 12/16/2008 by Larry (llande) Lande
Great book for beginners and intermediate players who want to learn SAYC.
Date Added: 12/16/2008 by Ricardo Zampino
Standard Bidding with SAYC is easy reading and with a large quantity of comprehensive examples of the issues, it is an essential book. It most definitely should be part of the libraries of those,like ...
Date Added: 12/16/2008 by Bill (athene) Frisby
SAYC-a standardized,universally agreed bidding system-is a great idea, and nowadays with the proliferation of online bridge and frequent pickup parternships, it's potentially more useful than ever. Un...
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 03 October, 2008.