Larry teaches Should I Go? Part 1 - Join Larry Cohen as he tackles one of the most difficult topics in bidding: when to accept an invitation to game or slam? In both parts of this series, Larry will discuss hand evaluation and situational decision making.
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Great webinar - perfect - so informative!!!
Loved today. Look forward to next week
Most valuable lesson! Just what our partnership needed.
Thanks Larry. That was awesome lesson.
Another innovative lecture.
THANKS LARRY. Love your lessons. They really help my bridge and surviving Covid!!!
This IS THE BEST CLASS I HAVE TAKEN WITH YOU and I have taken all your classes since you began…Congratulations. This format is perfect teaching!
Terrific, as always!
I think Larry’s most recent lesson on “Should I Go?” was the most helpful yet to my primary partner. I have been trying to encourage him to bid more aggressively when it comes to going for game and I think now he finally sees the light. You are able to put into words what I have been unable to get across to him. I call it card sense but you are able to actually describe the thought process for making the decision about passing or going for game. For example, I never thought to say if you have a singleton – go for it. Having the examples where two hands with the same HCP was brilliant. But having one with a lower HCP and going for it finally made the point to him that it is not always just about HCP. He is an engineer and he loves rules and this last lesson finally got across that you don’t have to have a rule for everything. I am hopeful that rather than always downgrading his hand every single time he will begin to learn how to upgrade a hand thanks to your lesson.
So I can honestly say that every webinar just keeps getting better and better. I will continue to sign up for all of Larry’s lessons regardless of the topic. All of them have been helpful to me and I particularly look forward to the one on Reverses since my partner continues to say he doesn’t play them.