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.
This is Part 3 of 4
Duration: 1HR 30m
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This is a great series. Thank you!
Thank you again for a great talk! Keep the defense coming.
Great lesson, Larry. I hate having the wrong answer, and I love the fact that I am learning!
You are absolutely wonderful!!!
Love and desperately need this instruction on defense. For myself, this series is a good level, keep doing more of this!
More on defense. These talks always makes me think! Super series.
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.
I’ve reviewed your 1st defense series, and I find that when you go over the hands, you give many hints on other topics, which are invaluable.
All these webinars have been really good. I’ve enjoyed them all.