Cards on the Table -Bridge Game
I don't know anything about the game of bridge, can someone who does know, explain what clues were hidden in the bridge game scores that helped reveal the murderer? I've read Cards on the Table and I've always felt at a disadvantage because I think if I knew anything about the game I might have been able to pick up on who the murderer was. I feel like new editions of the book should come with an explanation of the game because while in Christie's time almost everyone understood and played bridge, nearly no one plays now. I always wonder what I'm missing when I read this story because of my lack of knowledge about the game. A brief explanation of how you play and what clues Poirot found in the scores would be most welcome.