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Posted 2023-November-23, 10:02

Hi all,
some 20 years ago I downloaded a self-instructing tutorial on bridge named

LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE.
It was based on learning the rules, basics of card play and basics of 5-card major bidding system.

After a few years a "LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE part 2" tutorial was issued (I think it contained more on card combinations and more not-so-basic stuff).


However owadays , unfortunately, I can no longer retreive it from my old computers...
I made several web seraches but i wasunable to find it: I could only find something similar but based on ACOL and I wish I could find the original that was based on 5 card major bidding system.

Any help ?

Thanks to anyone will contribute !

Mauro
"Bridge is like dance: technique's important but what really matters is not to step on partner's feet !"
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Posted 2023-November-23, 14:15

Prova qui
https://web3.acbl.or...-learn-software
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Posted 2023-November-24, 05:35

View Postcencio, on 2023-November-23, 14:15, said:



Avevo già provato compilando il form qualche settimana fa, ma non rispondono.
Ti ringrazio comunque.

Altre fonti ?
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Posted 2023-November-24, 12:32

Let me know: is there perhaps a book around published by any home editor ?
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Posted 2023-November-24, 12:51

Potrei mandarti i files exe. Ma non so come fare. al limite mandami un messaggio su bbo. IL mio nick è cencio
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Posted 2023-November-24, 19:05

Mauro!!!!

Try LTPB and LTPB2 .

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Posted 2023-November-25, 02:29

View PostChamaco, on 2023-November-23, 10:02, said:

Hi all,
some 20 years ago I downloaded a self-instructing tutorial on bridge named

LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE.
It was based on learning the rules, basics of card play and basics of 5-card major bidding system.

After a few years a "LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE part 2" tutorial was issued (I think it contained more on card combinations and more not-so-basic stuff).


However owadays , unfortunately, I can no longer retreive it from my old computers...
I made several web seraches but i wasunable to find it: I could only find something similar but based on ACOL and I wish I could find the original that was based on 5 card major bidding system.

Any help ?

Thanks to anyone will contribute !

Mauro


It seems that are these ones:https://www.mursia.com/products/19928 (about the first part)
https://www.mursia.com/products/19780 (about the second part) the Code is 19780.
Eventually I can indicate you for both also the ISBN codes.
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