Robert Teaches Signaling on Defense
$60.00 For Series
Webinars are 1hr in duration with possible 30m Q&A. All times are 2PM Eastern.
Monday, Aug 15 - Giving Attitude; How and When. Signaling your partner is an important part of defense. Letting them know if you like a suit or not is called giving an attitude signal. We will look at how to do this and, even more importantly, when you should do this. We will also discuss the skill of card reading and what you need to work on in order to better understand what your partner is trying to tell you. Recorded Webinar
Monday, Aug 22 - Giving Count; How and When. Another kind of signal that we use with partner are count signals. These signals are valuable for letting partner know the distribution of a suit and/or hands. Even more important than the mechanics of giving the signal is making sure you and partner are on the same page about when a signal is attitude, count, or something else — we will focus on this here as well. Recorded Webinar
Monday, Aug 29 - Suit Preference, Trump Suit Preference, and Discards. There are more than just Attitude and Count Signals. We look at some of these other useful kinds of signals. We will then continue on to discuss discards, their meaning and how to use them to work together with partner! Recorded Webinar
Tuesday, Sep 6 - Upside-Down Count and Attitude. The modern expert standard for carding is to use Upside-Down signals. Here we will look at how to switch to this type of carding and look at some of the challenges (things you need to discuss with your partner). Even if you do not play these signals, it is a good thing to understand because many players you play against may be using them. Recorded Webinar
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