Card Games: How to Play Bridge, Poker and Over 200 Family Games: Three Books in a Box

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9780754825487: Card Games: How to Play Bridge, Poker and Over 200 Family Games: Three Books in a Box
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This title shows you how to play hundreds of family games, including poker, solitaire and cribbage, with something for everyone from beginners and family players to professionals and experts. It offers world-class instruction on playing bridge: bidding, card play and defense, and strategies for successful play. You can learn how to play poker with top tips on tricks and tactics, plus advice on how to take part in online poker. All the traditional and most popular card games are included, such as canasta, rummy, blackjack, cribbage, whist and solitaire, plus scores of lesser-known treats and gems such as ombre, fan tan and spit. History, rules and strategy are clearly explained with full instructions and over 2000 photographs and illustrations. Whether you are an absolute beginner or an experienced card-player, these three authoritative reference books are for you. "How to Play Winning Bridge" is a superb book that explains how to play and improve your technique. "The Complete Practical Guide to Poker and Poker Playing" lets you learn how to beat the odds with winning skills and tactics. "How to Play the 200 Best-Ever Card Games" takes you through the key basic aspects of each game in easy-to-follow detail, providing fun for family and friends. Here is everything you need to know about the history, rules and how to play bridge, poker and hundreds of other popular card games.

About the Author:

David Bird is one of the world's most prolific bridge writers and has written over 90 bridge books. Trevor Sippets is an avid poker player, currently working in television, who wrote The Poker Directory (Ivy Press). Jeremy Harwood is a card game enthusiast, with a particular interest in card games through history.

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