The opening lead is made based on incomplete information. All we know is our hand and the auction. At trick two, however, we get to see the dummy. Do we continue what partner started or switch paths in light of the new information? In this series, Larry will show you how to interpret the dummy and the auction to make successful decisions at this pivotal point in the play.Apr 8 - Part 1Apr 15 - Part 2Apr 22 - Part 3Apr 29 - Part 4
Duration: 1HR 30m each
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Excellent!! Made me think. Glad I can watch this again and glad I signed up for the series.
I just finished watching this tape a second time and want to tell you how much I LOVED this lesson! Will definitely be signing up for the whole series. Just the right level for me and Larry is so entertaining. Thanks for this wonderful opportunity to learn from a great teacher.
Larry, I love your lessons. So easy to understand what you are saying and you explain it so well.
I like that you are working on standard without using advanced conventions. Most intermediate players get caught up in adding conventions and make standard mistakes. It doesn’t make us good players.
You are absolutely wonderful!!!
These lessons are fantastic-- I get it-- challenging and intuitive! Thank you!
I have benefited so much from all of the webinars but particularly Michael’s series on 2/1 and Larry’s series on defense. When playing social bridge all my life, I never had a regular partner who was willing to work with me. Now that I discovered duplicate, I have multiple partners and all of them watch your seminars!! I used to hate defense and now I love it and look forward to it as much as playing the hand myself. That’s only because of what I have learned in Larry’s webinars on defense.
One other thing – when starting out in duplicate I bought multiple books and tried to read them. I learned from them but somehow it is entirely different hearing it on a webinar. I learn so much more when I listen to you as opposed to trying to read it and absorb it. I never could understand passive vs. aggressive defense until I heard you explain it. Somehow I get concepts from listening to you rather than trying to read it and teach myself.