By popular demand, Larry is making videos! This title is NOW AVAILABLE to purchase on DVD (to view on your TV or anything that has a DVD player)!
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Topics Covered: Third-Hand High (and the exceptions), Third-Hand Cheapest of Equals, Saving a High Honor to Beat Dummy's High Honor, Intro to Signals, plus more! Running Time: 53:04
I just purchased and watched Third-Hand Play! I loved it! Please put me on your list for all future DVD's. I found it much more engaging than any book. Thanks!
"Just downloaded the videos and so worth the wait! Please keep them coming! I'm still working full-time and was just lamenting that all bridge classes at my local club happen during the day!"
"Cohen is superb at presenting the fundamentals to this audience, and short of actually being at one of his seminars, the format is hard to beat." Product Reviews Bridge Bulletin December 2017
See full review here: https://www.nxtbook.com/acbl/bridgebulletin/2017_12/index.php#/30
The Technology of the Year award went to Larry Cohen Teaches Bridge, the Video Series. Ten DVDs, each covering a specific topic on bidding, declarer play or defense, offer students a similar experience to attending one of Larry’s seminars. To complete the learning experience, each video includes links to lesson notes and pertinent VuBridge deals.
When "Larry Cohen Teaches Bridge" series was introduced in late 2017, only four videos were available. The series has since been expanded to 10 videos. The concept remains the same: Larry Cohen comes to your home via your TV or computer and gives you a personal seminar. Each of the 10 topics is addressed thoroughly in a clear, engaging way.
There are three videos dealing with bidding (2/1 game force, takeout doubles, slam bidding), two on declarer play (notrump, draw or not draw trump) and five on defense (third-hand play, opening leads, second-hand play, signaling, defensive planning).
The last video in particular, which deals with what to do when you find yourself on lead after a few tricks have been played, is exceptional. Cohen uses numerous examples to establish a clear understanding of what it means to make a safe play or why certain leads are risky -- before moving on to why you would want to make one versus the other. Viewers who watch this video and the rest of the series are certain to emerge better defenders.
Any one of the videos by itself is worthwhile, but a discount is available if you get all of them as a bundle.