Robert Teaches Important Competitive Bidding
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Mar 21 - Weak and Mixed Raises. When we have a good fit for our partner, we want to let them know it as soon as we possibly can. We also need to communicate our values. All of this must be done while keeping the auction at a reasonable level. Here we look at how to compete and describe our hands. Recorded Webinar
Mar 28 - Using the LOTT in Comp. The Law of Total Tricks is one of our most important competitive bidding guidelines. Join us as we look at how to make use of it in competitive auctions. There are some conventional bids that do this (and those are good to add to your system), but it is even more important to understand how to make use of this tool to help you better compete in the bidding. Recorded Webinar
Apr 4 - Doubles on 2nd Round of the Bidding. The Double is our most valuable competitive bidding tool. Most players feel comfortable using Takeout, Negative, Responsive, and Support Doubles. But one of the keys to good competitive bidding is to become better at using the double later in the bidding. Here we look at these more sophisticated uses of double! Recorded Webinar
Apr 11 - Rebids After a T/O Double. We frequently use a Takeout Double to compete in the bidding. But this often does not end the auction. There is often more bidding by the opponent's or by partner. Here we look at how to continue the bidding in these auctions to allow us to best make a cooperative decision with partner. Recorded Webinar
Apr 18 - Slam Tries in Competition. People open the bidding and compete in the bidding more and more aggressively these days. We actually can sometimes make a slam even when the opponent's bid. But we also have to be careful not to get the auction too high, the 5-Level down 1 is a bad result. Here we look at our tools for trying for Slam in competitive bidding auctions. Recorded Webinar
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