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11 or 13 May
Toil and Trouble
Contracts will burn and Partners bubble
You’ll get in a right Muddle
If you can’t Double
Most club players don’t use doubles anywhere near enough!
Doubles don’t increase the bidding level and are therefore a great way to give information to your partner.
Did you know that there are 4 basic kinds of doubles all with different meanings?
You need to double!! Often!!
Opening Leads (Please note that due to events beyond our control, the Tuesday (18th) lesson has been moved to Basterfield Park Tennis Club, 2 Dane Road, Hampton East. We apologise for any inconvenience caused)
18 or 20 May
You are on Opening Lead. What are you going to choose and why?
The Opening Lead is often the most crucial decision you make as a defender!
The Opening Lead can often make or break the opposition’s contract.
It is your first point of attack.
Are you up to it, or do you just choose the 3rd card from the left.
Is partner likely to say “What were you thinking!!???!!”
25 or 27 May
“I haven’t got many points in my hand, but I’ve got an awful lot of hearts! Shouldn’t I let partner know about this?”
YES – YOU SHOULD!!!
“My partner has made a bid that tells me that they have an awful lot of hearts. What do I do now? How do I know how many points they’ve got? My hand’s quite good. Maybe we can go higher to game level. Help! Should I do something?”
Pre-emptive bids have got the added benefit that these bids get right up the opposition’s nose!!!
Tuesday @ 7:30pm or Thursday @ 10am
at Hampton RSL
2 hour lessons, emphasis on card plan, notes provided
Bayside members $20 per lesson, non-members $25
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