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52 Lessons from a Card Deck Why You Should Play Bridge and What It Teaches You About Life

Author Name: Ravi Raman | Format: Paperback | Genre : Sports & Games | Other Details

52 Lessons From a Card Deck aims to increase awareness of the game of Contract Bridge amongst established, upcoming, and newcomers to the game. Established players need to understand how to position the game to newcomers, upcoming players will increase awareness of their game, and newcomers will clear a lot of myths and misunderstandings about the game.

The book is written in 52 chapters, symbolising a deck of cards, and each chapter conveys how the game can relate to some aspect of life, work, or daily activities. It is presented in an easy-to-read format in a conversational mode between four upcoming bridge players at a fictitious club called Sarangapani Club. 

Each chapter has five messages under the title “Honour Cards.” These messages were used for marketing bridge education classes seminars (Parisamvad) and practical learning (Spardha Shikshan) sessions. They emphasise that the game has a lot of variety, depth, and challenges and can also be used as a competitive sport or as a social gathering to make a network of friends. Each message connects some concept with bridge and is presented in two styles –essay format and comments by faculty members.

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Ravi Raman

Ravi Raman graduated from IIT Madras in 1977 and completed his management studies from IIM Calcutta (1980). He has had a long successful career in information technology (IT) for over 35 years and has worked with Citibank and its subsidiaries for over 26 years as an employee/consultant. 

He has been involved in bridge education from 2010 as part of his bridge academy (Samadhan Bridge Academy), with Maharashtra Bridge Association (Heart and Soul Program), and the Bridge Federation of India (BFI)- Education Program and Teaching Committee head for over two years and is currently the principal of Bridge Pathshala, a unit affiliated to (BFI).



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