Previously aired webinar of Michael Berkowitz teaching Touring the Convention Card - General Approach, Notrump Opening Bids and ResponsesWhy we should play 2/1 game forcing and also which permutations of agreements after notrump openings. Lebensohl and four-way transfers and Smolen--oh my!
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I didn't sign up for this class until I heard Larry tell us what it was really going to be about. And then I only signed up for your first one. Right after the first one, I signed up for the rest
Great lesson today !!!
Thank you Michael. Great as always.
Michael’s webinars are fantastic. His competitive bidding webinar opened my eyes regarding how to bid in these competitive auctions. His New Minor Forcing seminar made me wonder how I ever played bridge without knowing this. I also really loved his interference over 1NT and how he explained the concept and then explained several of the popular conventions such as DONT and Cappelletti. Even when I think I already understand the topic (such as Stayman), Michael explains some things that I just wasn't aware of.
I am really hoping at some point, Michael writes a bridge book! His examples and explanations are very good. I will be the first person to order his book!
I have to say I thought this series would be very basic so was reluctant to sign ..but thought I’d do the first just to see…so glad I did…am now going to talk with my partners about various potential sequences or how do we understand something…so will definitely be signing up for more of this series…thanks to all involved.
I wanted to tell you how much I have learned from all of the lessons and look forward to them each week. No matter how much I think I might know, there is always a new little something that I have never heard before. There is always one little way of looking at things or doing something that sticks in my mind. Your voices are always in my head now when deciding how to bid, play the hand, or defend.