A bridge player's New Year's Resolutions:
Jan 14 - I will not automatically draw trump. Recorded Webinar
Jan 21 - I will not underbid -- When hands are worth more. Recorded Webinar
Jan 28 - I will not overbid -- When hands are worth less. Recorded Webinar
Feb 4 - I will watch my partner's signal -- Making sure I know what to do next. Recorded Webinar
Feb 11 - I will not panic in a tough contract! Figuring out how to play Moysian fits and not going down 3 when in trouble. Recorded Webinar
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This lesson really helps! Each of these has made a huge difference for me…because I bid based on my points. I am going to watch each several more times.
Good as always! Missed these lessons!
Very interesting! Thanks.
Excellent lesson. Made me think!
Thanks for the reminder of the traps of 4-3-3-3 hands. I am guilty of overbidding them. You make such good sense.
I am a pretty new bridge player- never heard of some of these things- so thank you for broadening horizons.
I'm enrolled in your current lesson series, New Year's Resolutions, and am learning a lot. I have a schedule conflict on Fridays, so it's wonderful to be able to watch the video of each lesson over the weekend. I truly enjoy your sense of humor and the clarity with which you break down the concepts and theory. I wish that I had been exposed to bridge as a younger person, but it was not played in my home. And so, bridge is a real challenge for me. I was not a card player until I retired and had some time to devote to fun and games. Bridge certainly is a complex game. I love it.
Again, I want to convey how much I appreciate your teaching style. As a former high school teacher and someone with a few post-graduate degrees, I've got high standards for the classroom! So, thank you!
Thanks folks. This was a instructive series of webinars.
This was great. I loved the idea of how to think about the 4/3
Thanks Michael. That was helpful, particularly with respect
to 4/3 fits.