Rules of Bridge by Tom Vasiliev – A Review
Rules of Bridge is not exactly a book on the subject. It is a compilation of bridge exercises that was designed to help bridge students improve their games in no time at all. The book is not an eBook because it doesn’t contain any information about the bridge itself. It is instead meant to teach bridge students how to approach their games in a more advanced and disciplined manner. This book is not recommended to novice bridge students as this will only lead them further down the wrong path.
Rules of Bridge is divided into two parts. The first part consists of twelve bridge exercises and a review of some commonly-used bridge strategies. The second part, however, consists of the sixteen chapters of the book itself. It is worth noting that the majority of chapters are not related to one another.
One chapter is dedicated to reviewing bridge techniques. It then goes into some of the key concepts associated with the bridge. Bridge refers to the game of twenty-four, which was created during the eighteenth century by David Ponce de Leon. It is usually played against four opponents and has been a favorite game among bridge players. It was also a favorite game amongst chess players. There is some debate over the number of possible configurations possible for the game of twenty-four. One of the most commonly known bridge configurations is the twenty-four-move game.
Another key concept within the book is that the games of twenty-four are not just about strategy but also about playing. The game is designed to test your abilities as a player and allows you to practice your skills by playing against a computer. The computer controls the board and moves the pieces. Thus, it is very convenient for beginners to test their skills by playing without having to get stuck in a difficult situation.
The second part of the book covers bridge games that can be played by professional bridge players. This includes four bridge games and is divided into two sections. The first section of the book consists of the games that are often played by professionals and is divided into various levels such as the beginner’s level, intermediate’s level, and the advanced’s level. The second section contains the four bridge games that can only be played by professional players. This includes the fourteen Bridge City games. which are designed to help bridge students improve their skills against professional players.
Rules of Bridge does not provide any information about playing bridge or even provide any references. to help bridge students learn the fundamentals of the game.