Robert Teaches Minor Suit Auctions & Raises
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Webinars are 1hr in duration with possible 30m Q&A. All times are 2PM Eastern.
DEC 5 - Inverted Minors and Follow-ups - The modern system for bidding when we have a fit for partner's minor, called Inverted Minors, works on improving our ability to look for game or slam in a minor suit -- which is the most common time we want to support a minor suit. Make sure you and your partner have a good grasp of these methods, for both playing them and playing against them. Recorded Webinar
DEC 12 - Weak and Other Minor Suit Raises - One of the most powerful tools we have in competitive bidding is the preemptive raise. When we have a minor suit fit the opponents will often have a major suit fit. We want to make it as difficult as possible for them to find that fit and using preemptive raises is one the best ways to make their life difficult. Recorded Webinar
DEC 19 - Avoiding Playing in Minors by Opening and Rebidding NT - There are certain minor suit hands that can play extremely well in NT contracts. If evaluated correctly these hands can be bid in a way that makes the auction relatively simple. Let's make sure that you do not torture your partner with these hands when you could keep it simple and get to the right contract. Recorded Webinar
DEC 27 (Tuesday) - Minor Suit Slam Bidding - When we have a good hand and a minor suit fit then we may want to explore a minor suit slam. Part of the art form of minor suit slam bidding is using tools to explore slam while keeping a NT contract in the picture. Here we look at how to use these tools and better judge our minor suit slam. Recorded Webinar
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