Talk:Contract Bridge for Beginners

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Point Count Bidding in Contract Bridge[edit]

Quote: "The book contains an introduction to the then relatively new bidding system condensed from Goren's historically significant [2 - Bourke & Sugden 2010] 1947 book Point Count Bidding in Contract Bridge. [3 - Goren 1947]"

Why is Contract Bridge for Beginners the one of Goren's works we feature in a book article?

At Charles Goren#Publications, we list the 1949 edition of Point Count Bidding which is the earliest [a] in the Library of Congress Online Catalog or [b] listed by BridgeGuys.com. --P64 (talk) 22:18, 8 December 2014 (UTC)

I do not disagree with your assessment. I do not know why this article was started but am loathe to delete it being an inclusionist at heart - to my knowledge it is causing no grief so why not let it live. If other books are more worthy, then write article about them. Newwhist (talk) 22:57, 8 December 2014 (UTC)