Winners, Losers And Cover Cards
You began by learning to count points, but that only got you so far. Then, someone introduced you to a new idea, Losing Trick Count. Better in theory, sure. But how do you use it? A response shows at least 6 high-card points, but how many losers? How many of these mysterious 'cover cards'? What's the range? Plus, something just seems wrong with the whole thing! How can A 3 2 be just as good as Q 3...
Paperback: 194 pages
Publisher: Master Point Press (June 1, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3284426
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“Ken Eichenbaum has some great ideas, more in line with my own than any of the several hand evaluation books I have been reading recently. However, while I like Ken Eichenbaum's ideas, I have issues with some of his implementation. His system includ...”
2? That cannot be right! Counting Goren high-card points is much easier, and is a very reasonable gauge for bidding square hands. When things start to get distributional, however, you know that you need a better way to evaluate your hand. The concept of winners, losers, and cover cards really seems to be the right path, allowing you to escape from counting points into the world of counting TRICKS! In Winners, Losers and Cover Cards, Ken Eichenbaum reveals not only the secrets an expert would use to better evaluate the real power (or weakness) of your hand, but also how to use this knowledge to your advantage in a myriad number of ways. The author explains a fresh take on popular conventions and treatments, within the context of real auctions facing you at the table, and introduces novel methods, allowing you to maximize the benefit of your new understanding.