Home | Livestream 12th January

Ten Hands

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Montessori
Great
Gwendolinej
Yeah Graeme 👍
hollyb
hollyb says:
Thank you very much. This is EXACTLY what I was needing!
romey78
romey78 says:
I have to stop after hand 3 or no lunch BUT already compulsive viewing- sharing your thoughts is just what is needed- unique bridge teaching!
romey78
romey78 says:
And I have the pleasure of commenting- comments on my chrome book seem to get lost but who cares -
DENFOR
DENFOR says:
Well done Skybridge.👌
Barney43
Barney43 says:
Very helpful
nancyc
nancyc says:
I love the way you think out loud......please continue this type of video.
jennjosh
jennjosh says:
Thx Graeme, your logic is a relief
bala1954
bala1954 says:
Great idea, Graeme! So interesting to hear you think your way through a hand. Takes discipline - which I do not always have, but good to see how effective.
BCrystal
BCrystal says:
Extremely helpful. Thanks Graeme.
jimwalker
jimwalker says:
great, lets do more of these
riverbank
riverbank says:
Appreciate your "thinking out loud". Lady luck is always a challenging element and adds an interesting/frustrating dimension. Thanks for taking the time to do this!
NoraCooney
Great Thank u Graeme
MaureenLynch
Must try and copy your way of working it all out. If only I had your recall....Alas
macqueen
macqueen says:
Really enjoyed listening to your thought process
krikles94
krikles94 says:
Thank you. I agree, very useful to hear you thinking out loud. More please!
ebabineau
ebabineau says:
This was great..I learned a lot listening to you think! I hope you do more!
mccrady
mccrady says:
Great thanks
AgnesMin25
Thank you Graeme - very helpful indeed especially to hear what you are thinking as you play. Well done you.
haldor
haldor says:
Excellent teaching aid. Thank you Graeme
GerryArtist
Thank you Graeme
Kellysandulli
Thanks Graeme that was great!!!
fellis
fellis says:
Thank you Graeme, so informative to see your thought process. More please !!
shirld
shirld says:
LOVE this format Graeme ! It is an excellent learning tool for us less experienced players. Very much appreciated!
Jean001
Jean001 says:
This is extremely helpful Graeme, you’ve covered a lot of stuff where I often wonder what to do! Thanks very much, and I look forward to watching more!
carolmy
carolmy says:
I also liked the thinking out loud. And the assessment of distribution of cards. I can’t do any of that yet, but seeing how you do it is very helpful. Many thanks for the video.
kayleewright
Odd that west didn't take diamond trick with King in 9th hand (I think). He could've had the lead? Anyway, very enjoyable to watch, as I go through agonizing while deciding on what I am to play. Wish I had the knowledge of figuring which side has what cards. lol. Best, Kaylee
patthop
patthop says:
Really enjoyed - great way of teaching.
Nikkione
Nikkione says:
This is great to see how you lead and play ...thanks
Zippy
Zippy says:
Excellent; this is exactly what I need to progress from my current level
fayecollins
thnaks for that playing this afternoon so hope at least some of the teaching has stayed
smm162
smm162 says:
This is a great addition to the website. Love the looksee into your thought processes in evaluating a hand.
geegeeg
geegeeg says:
Thanks for sharing all your great expertise
Highgrove
Highgrove says:
Splendid way to teach. Please keep it going
sbc31220768
Enjoyed this but a little less conjecture please. renew my subscription as I think this will improve my play.
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zell
zell says:
Really helpful, thanks @graeme - please continue this, is great to hear your thoughts and how u work things out.
heatherte1
How many points did 2NT say?
heatherte1
Sorry on hand 3.
Pasanaa
Pasanaa says:
Sorry, I didn’t see this session yesterday, so I just saw the first hand and have a question. Usually a 1♣️ opening means 3 cards. So how can you as South think you have a club fit?
Pasanaa
Pasanaa says:
Great idea!
Peony123
Peony123 says:
Watching you play all 10 hands has been great,please have more.
castalia
castalia says:
How come we never hear from @Tina?
Annieleo
Annieleo says:
Really helpful, would love some more
SusanneP
SusanneP says:
Great!!
Thanks! Helpful! Keep doing these. :)
Woodsie
Woodsie says:
Really insightful-I especially found it valuable to see you pass in the opening bidding but coming back later to show the suit you preferred when partner gave you two options.
Helen
Helen says:
Superb! Graeme being Graeme. Artist at work.
Poppingpopcorn
Hello @graeme, thanks for putting yourself through this.... two things, can you do something about the size of your table, I find myself peering at it, I need to enlarge it & is there a way to ‘resume’ rather than have to go back to the start as I watch this in sections....many thanks....
Ellswell
Ellswell says:
Very helpful @graeme Just let you know not all may have got your e-mail. Playing partner hadn't but was able to forward e-mail to him. in case you wanted to know any problems
hagleyjazz
Wonderful. Thanks
OldDog
OldDog says:
Another vote for more please. Nobody else I know argues what is in the opponents hands as well as you do. Your speed of working through the hand is also excellent Not only do you choose an option but also argue close alternatives.. I shall keep it to replay.
Dorothyap
Dorothyap says:
Oh my ! great stuff Graeme
bridgycee
bridgycee says:
These videos where you talk through what you're thinking and how you're working out what's going on in all the unseen hands is probably the most helpful aid I've seen so far to improving my bridge. Thank you!
bridgycee
bridgycee says:
These videos where you talk through what you're thinking and how you're working out what's going on in all the unseen hands is probably the most helpful aid I've seen so far to improving my bridge. Thank you!
BillHAustin
Listening to you process the hands is one of the most effective learning tools that I know. I don't have access to quality bridge players so every opportunity I have of watching and listening to a good player is most helpful. It is refreshing to hear and see a good player think thru the options and still need to play the percentages with information "at hand" and not rely on "total guessing". Thanks for allowing me to watch over your shoulder and listen in to your processes. MORE, please!
Mjc
Mjc says:
Thx. Great to watch & listen.
maggs46
maggs46 says:
Thanks I would like more found it very helpful
pukeko25
pukeko25 says:
Great! Thankyou
richardsutton
Just excellent, learned a lot. Don't stop
maureencarroll007
Great way of learning Thank you maureen007
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