Play Notrump Hands with an Expert!
$60.00 For Series
Webinars are 1hr in duration with possible 30 min Q&A. All times are 2PM Eastern.
Good declarer play is more than just techniques you learn in a textbook. Come join Robert and see how to play a variety of different Notrump contracts. We will look at the technical and the tactical aspects of declarer play. You will come away from these webinars feeling that Notrump is a lot of fun to declare.
APR 24 (Monday) - Play 1NT with Me - 1NT is my favorite contract to declare! When we play the hand in 1NT there is space and time for creativity. We will look at how you play this contract to give you technical chances but, more importantly, we look at how to give your opponents chances to help you make 1NT. Recorded Webinar
APR 30 (Sunday) - Play 2NT with Me - 2NT is one of the worst contracts in all of bridge. When the hand is over we will often wish we were in 1NT or 3NT (depending on how many tricks we take). We look at how to navigate this contract and look at some examples of the kind of decisions you are faced with in this annoying contract. (Recorded Webinar)
MAY 7 (Sunday) - Play 3NT with Me - In 3NT you must determine if the hand is a race or a grind. When it is a race you must get your tricks ASAP. When it is a grind, you want to give yourself every little extra chance to make the contract -- play as carefully as possible. (Recorded Webinar)
MAY 15 (Monday) - Play 6NT with Me - In a Notrump slam you cannot give up the lead often. Here we look at how we give ourselves as many chances as possible to make 6NT and see how “combining your chances” and “giving the opponents opportunities to make mistakes” lead to great results. (Recorded Webinar)
Included in these webinars:
- Professionally produced lecture notes.
- A good sense of humor.
- A link to watch the recorded webinar which you will receive shortly after the Zoom session.
- Access to the recorded webinar as often as you wish.
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