♠ ♠ ♠
♥ ♥ ♥ Thank you Bill for an entertaining and informative lesson on the above subject ♥ ♥ ♥
Here is a snippet of the information Bill covered during his lesson
1. Have a good rapport at the table
2. Agree on important sets of bidding principles
2. Play a compatible level of system complexity
4. Have an effective way of post-morteming (within 24 hours)
Bill suggested to keep your partnership fresh you can add a few gadgets, change your system, commit to the Keller convention, or take a break from the partnership (trial separation)
Systems were discussed, it doesn't matter how simple or complex yours is as long as you both understand and follow it.
A new KLTC Basic System Card was introduced and discussed, and will be made available to all members so they can start thinking and planning their personal systems/cards with their partners
"Of all the strategies available to keep a partnership strong and maximise your score, one stands out as by far the most valuable..."
DO NOT CONDUCT POST-MORTEMS AT THE TABLE