Beginner 1B - Intro to Bidding
must know Part 1A basics already
- Starts Oct 5Starts Oct 5
- 89 US dollars$89
- Online via Zoom
Now is the time to learn the best card game in the world! Thanks to our fabulous online bridge platform, you learn by playing cards in class, not lectures. This course assumes no prior knowledge of bridge, but we'll have you playing from the start. In Part 1B, you’ll engage in the game complete with bidding, play and defense. If you’ve played some bridge before or already know the basics of following suit, winning tricks, and using trumps, you can skip Part 1A and join this series. Brand new players should take all 7 lessons in Parts 1A-B combined. Either way, be ready to play bridge with your friends by the end of October! Schedule and Topics for Part 1B: Oct. 5 - Opening and Responding to a Major Suit Opening Bid Oct. 12 - Opening and Responding to a No-trump Opening Bid Oct. 19 - Opening and Responding to a Minor Suit Opening Bid Oct. 26 - Keeping Score, Practice Playing Still wondering if now is the time to learn bridge? Consider: Bridge stimulates the brain. Research has shown that regular bridge playing improves reasoning skills and long- and short-term memory. Bridge is social. A game of bridge involves communication and cooperation with your partner. There’s a special camaraderie among bridge players that develops from the social setting and friendly competition. Even online, you can spend time playing bridge with friends — many players today are using a combination of Zoom and online bridge to stay connected. Bridge is fun! Bridge will never bore you. There are more than 750 trillion possible hands, so you'll see something new every time you play. Its never-ending challenges will give you a feeling of accomplishment, win or lose.
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