Robert Teaches Working with Partner
$75.00 For Series
Monday, May 23 Game Tries - Help Suit and Quantitative. When we find a fit and are interested in exploring game we should do more than just guess how many to bid. We use game tries to work together with partner to make a cooperative decision and determine if they have the right cards. Here we look at how to make use of these methods.
Tuesday, May 31 Game Tries - Short Suit (Kokish). Though Help Suit Game Tries are the "Standard" method of exploring slam, there are some times we that we wish we could show shortness, not just ask for help. Here we look at how to make use of showing shortness and the complete method of Kokish Game Tries (shortness or help).
Monday, Jun 6 Responding to 3rd Seat Openings - Drury and more. When partner opens the bidding in the 3rd seat they could have a lot of different hand types. Here we look at what partner could have and our options for responding to it. It's important not to punish partner for being creative in the 3rd seat.
Monday, Jun 13 Act Fast - the race in the bidding and the play. Some hands are all about who "gets there first". That means the hand is a race. Here we look at how to recognize these hands and how to win the race -- in the bidding as well as in the play.
Monday, Jun 20 Patience - in the bidding and the play. Some hands are about being patient and not acting too quickly. These hands are delicate and require effectively making use of our bidding space and/or tempos in the card play. Here we look at how to recognize and handle them.
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