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20 years NZ championships Bulletin editor, 10 years Australian NOT editor  . 2 PABC bulletin editorial stints, NZ Open trialist (horribly inconsequential) 2 NZ Seniors titles. Habitual psycher, habitual over-bidder, eternal optimist at the table, eternally disappointed

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The Best Bridge Writer Poll
Of the 6 writers you mention, one (Culbertson) got one passing mention in the original thread on which I based this poll.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
When making the shortlist, I tried to reflect the responses to the original article. Without wading through all the responses, my memory is that Truscott got one mention.
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
See response to Gary H below. Love Chthonic but only one (I think) mention and no others for any other writing by Kleinmann - correct me if I'm wrong
The Best Bridge Writer Poll
Thank you Patrick.typo
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Thank you Richard for proving my prediction if not my memory
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Richard F: Have to say the Harrison Grey Country Life book is the best presented bridge book I've ever seen
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This was, I'm pretty sure a collaboration -Robert Darvas & Norman de Vere Hart (I think). I'll bet Rchard F can confirm or correct the co-author's name.
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ok, daylight not second. maybe Reese by a whisker
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OK Don, you're washed up on a desert island. ONE bridge book survives the wreck - which author do you want?
Mastery of the Fundamentals
Curious coincidence. My current toilet reading is Bird & Bourne. Perhaps we should run a poll to find out which bridge writer gets the. most toilet trips.
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