Exceptions to the Rules with Adam Parrish

$30

New! We’ve all learned lots of bridge “rules”: third-hand high, fourth from your longest and strongest, new suit by responder is forcing, etc. Unfortunately, there are no hard-and-fast rules in bridge, and each of these rules has exceptions. We’re going to look at some of the most common “rules” and their exceptions.

Already included for members of Adam’s Monday class.

Description

Already included for members of Adam’s Monday class: Join the class to save.

Included lessons:

  1. Lesson 1: Monday, July 25th at 10am, NY time
  2. Lesson 2: Monday, August 1st at 10am, NY time

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These two lessons are suitable for Standard and Acol players. Can’t join us live? Don’t worry – the recorded lesson will be available for replay for at least a year.
 

All members of the class are able to:

  • Can’t join us live? Watch the replay at your convenience.
  • Ask Adam bridge questions via the live lessons and class page.

About the Class:

We’ve all learned lots of bridge “rules”: third-hand high, fourth from your longest and strongest, new suit by responder is forcing, etc. Unfortunately, there are no hard-and-fast rules in bridge, and each of these rules has exceptions. We’re going to look at some of the most common “rules” and their exceptions.
 

 

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