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Which rules book to get. #166197
01/26/09 01:50 PM
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I was looking at rules books today, and more or less decided to get this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rules-Pract...d=I1D6VSRE1J9A5T&colid=3T69PIYNP9UI4

Now, I was wondering which other books you would recommend? Personally I think the case book would be a splendid read if they added some flesh, personality and humour to the cases. Anybody who knows of a good rules book built on that concept? It could be enjoyable to read compared to the dull rules book I have studied earlier.

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Re: Which rules book to get. [Re: Rolf_Nilsen] #166199
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Originally Posted by Rolf_Nilsen
I was looking at rules books today, and more or less decided to get this one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rules-Pract...d=I1D6VSRE1J9A5T&colid=3T69PIYNP9UI4

Now, I was wondering which other books you would recommend? Personally I think the case book would be a splendid read if they added some flesh, personality and humour to the cases. Anybody who knows of a good rules book built on that concept? It could be enjoyable to read compared to the dull rules book I have studied earlier.


I haven't read that particular one - but I do prefer Dave Perry's rule books. Dave has historically been very close to the rule making/changing process and his books are full of diagrams, scenarios, and detailed interpretations. I have Dave Perry's book for the new rule set and like it. There is actually some humor in it.


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Re: Which rules book to get. [Re: Jake] #166202
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Link?

I do prefer loads of good humour on a dry subject like the racing rules smile

Re: Which rules book to get. [Re: Rolf_Nilsen] #166203
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Re: Which rules book to get. [Re: John Williams] #166208
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or, if you can get a more local shipment from Amazon

http://www.amazon.com/Understanding...mp;s=books&qid=1233000982&sr=8-1

Last edited by Jake; 01/26/09 03:17 PM.

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