New! Free Bridge Lessons: Squeeze Plays Made Simple
Learn about Squeeze Plays in Bridge
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You don’t have to be a master pastry chef to make a delicious cake: you can buy a box of Duncan Hines and do what it says on the back of the box. All you need is the ability to follow instructions and some basic general knowledge.
Squeezes are the same way. We don’t need seven-tier wedding cake skills; we need to be able to buy a box of cake mix and follow the directions.
Understanding the very basics of how squeezes work will be enough to help you execute the vast majority of squeezes out there. They’re called simple squeezes for a reason. Apply just a little bit of technique and tricks will materialize out of nowhere.
- Lesson 1 – What is a Squeeze Play in Bridge?
- Lesson 2 – The Ingredients to a Squeeze Play
- Lesson 3 – The Double Squeeze
- Lesson 4 – The Psuedo-Squeeze
About Adam Parrish:
Adam Parrish is among the top bridge teachers and authors in the United States. He has written five acclaimed books and writes a monthly column in the ACBL Bridge Bulletin. He teaches students all around the world, both online and in person in NYC. He is also one of the partners of Bridge Winners, the web’s premier bridge discussion site.