I'm not lost but I just don't know where I'm going yet.
Feb 09, 2021 6:44 am
I hope your 2021 is off to a good start. On my end, I've been grateful to have been kept busy hosting classes here. Outside of working hours, I find myself alternating between feelings of corona-fatigue and cautious hope that this year might bring some amount of relief to us all.
I just wanted to share a quick invitation to Graeme's upcoming lessons. This week, he will be starting a new series about declarer play. As always, we can expect Graeme's approach to be both unique and inspiring.
Graeme's class is a remarkably friendly cohort of students from at least four different continents - perhaps five? It is certainly the most international of all the classes offered at LBO.
Online bridge lessons with Graeme Tuffnell
Thursdays at 8:30pm NZT (View time in your local timezone)
Join us live or watch the replays later at your convenience. Lessons cost NZ$16 (£8 or US$10) a lesson, billed every 4 weeks. Cancel anytime.
Use the coupon code 'relax' at checkout for 50% off your first four weeks.
As always, please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions.
Bajir from LBO
Forwarded from Graeme Tuffnell:
Card play in bridge is shrouded in mystery. Bridge teachers and authors often talk about counting winners and losers as soon as dummy comes down, making a plan and then magically you'll know exactly what to do for the next 13 tricks. You know as well as I do that it just doesn't work like that.
Let's learn to relax and work our way through a hand like it's a walk in the park. It's time to take a fresh look at declarer play.