Mike Teaches Defense 2.0 – Plus Bridge Oddities!
All Webinars are Thursdays 2:00PM Eastern and only $15 each.
DEFENSE HANDS AND INTERESTING BIDDING THEMES
In this series, Mike Lawrence covers the good stuff. First, he will put you in the auction where you will face some difficult scenarios and will learn how to solve these problems. Then, you will defend without any hint from the lesson title. You don’t get tipped off at the table about what type of defensive problem you’re facing, so you won’t get any help here either!
THIS IS THE FIRST of TWO 4-CLASS SERIES
JAN 6 – IMPOSSIBLE 2S BID. The Impossible 2S bid allows you to make a forcing raise after partner hits pay dirt with their minor bid. See how adding this tool can help you bid otherwise difficult hands.
JAN 13 – BIDDING A 21PT HAND WHEN THEY BID AND RESPOND. Your opponents never seem to stop bidding. Sometimes they bid when you have a really good hand and it’s important that you know what to do.
JAN 20 – SOME OPENING LEAD TIPS. Mike literally wrote the book on Opening Leads. Join as he shares the choice pieces of advice to help you get the defense off on the right foot.
JAN 27 – PREEMPTS – USE THEM! Do your opponents enjoy seeing you come to the table? You want to be friendly away from the table, but a nightmare during the auction. Preempting enough will help you earn the type of reputation you deserve.
All webinars are 1hr lectures and 20-30m Q&A afterwards.
Mike Lawrence has more experience teaching bridge, writing about bridge, and playing bridge than 99% of bridge players. He’s taught in over twenty countries and almost every state. Mike tells it like it is with understandable clarity. You can’t be right all of the time but you can be be right more often than you were a few months ago.
• Professionally produced lecture notes
• A good sense of humor
• A link to watch the recorded webinar which you will receive shortly after the Zoom session.
• Access to the recorded webinar as often as you wish.
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