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February 14, 2018

The Peskiest of All Shapes

4-4-4-1 hands are the hardest to bid. You hardly ever have enough time or space in the auction to show all three of your […]
February 13, 2018

Squeeze your Opponents!

Today’s video covers two important topics: one is the Fourth Suit Forcing convention and the other is the simple squeeze. A bid of the […]
February 12, 2018

Be a Nuisance!

When the opponents have opened, we have many tools in our bidding arsenals for interrupting their auction. One especially good one is the jump […]
February 11, 2018

Don’t Miss a Fit!

For ACOL players, it’s important to find the 5-3 major suit fits when we have them. The first thing to consider is our point […]
February 9, 2018

The Simple Strength of 1NT

Every bid we make has two functions. There is the literal meaning–a wager to take a certain number of tricks, as well as the […]
February 5, 2018

Counting Tricks and Tricks for Counting

The task of keeping track of the cards played can be a daunting one. Yet it is a crucially important skill and there is […]
February 1, 2018

You Pre-empted with THAT?

Pre-emptive opening bids are a standard tool in the modern bidder’s arsenal. But how aggressively will you open them? Many players now open some […]
January 28, 2018

Play Bridge | 28 01 2018 | Hand 1 | ♠A7532 ♥T94 ♦JT7 ♣T4

January 22, 2018

Small Update: How to change seats…

Hey all! A small update: We tried to make it a little easier to start a hand over (or, for the Royals, to play […]
January 21, 2018

Poll: Do you support partner’s suit or bid your own?

January 17, 2018

About those strange scores we sometimes see…

Hey everyone! Bajir here. I just wanted to record a quick video about the question of cheating. Some members recently shared some thoughts and […]
January 14, 2018

What is the best wrong bid?

In this interesting hand, you are faced with an important decision right away. You have a nice hand with two nice 4-card suits. After […]