The Worksheet is found here.
I’ll start on this lesson Thursday 2/18 at 9:30 AM. The worksheet is available here.
I recommend reading this article by Larry Cohen: “Tell, Don’t Ask” which explains why you shouldn’t automatically ask the opponents every time they alert something. Ethically the opponents are not supposed to be influenced by their partner’s answer to your question,…
I plan on having lessons on the 2/4 and 2/18. The lesson on 2/4 will finish signaling at suit contracts. The worksheet is here.
The topic is “Signaling at Suit Contracts”. The worksheet is found here.
Hi all. I want to clarify a few items from today’s lesson. The potential for confusion was a bit higher today than usual because there were some treatments with alternatives. Furthermore, the choice in one area influences the choice in…
Our next lesson will be on splinter bids. The worksheet can be found here.
This came up yesterday in a practice session with Kathy on BridgeBaron. You’re in a very dicey 3NT contract where you opened 1NT and your vulnerable LHO overcalled 2H (DONT, but it doesn’t really matter). You need to get 3…
A couple of notes: 1. Carolyn Riegle pointed out that the BOATING steps are like a football quarterback going through his progressions as he is deciding where to pass the ball. I like that analogy. Another good analogy is that…