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thanks, that helped a lot! However, I am not sure if attacking spades or clubs is right for the 13th trick.
Oct. 15
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I'll remember that for next time.
Oct. 15
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It is that board
Oct. 15
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For 1. and 2., I did mention (Note: Only West hand is accurately portrayed. The rest of the hands are only relevant in shape.) I didn't think the other hands would matter.


For 3. 1C was percision, 2D was multi, and I believed 2S was 2-3 in the majors, waiting.
Oct. 15
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SOrry, in my initial draft, I included the meaning of 1C and 2D. 1C was precision, and 2D was multi. 2S was ostensibly 2-3 in the majors, waiting.
Oct. 15
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Judging from your comment and a lot of other comments, you did not see: “(Note: Only West hand is accurately portrayed. The rest of the hands are only relevant in shape.)”?
Oct. 15
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Sorry, 1C was precision, 2D was multi.
Oct. 15
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The infallible way to get me to read the article is to put michael rosenberg in the title
Oct. 12
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normal bridge winner stuff? I sleep. Michael Rosenberg? I AWAKE
Oct. 9
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Thank you
Sept. 28
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Thank you for your help.
Sept. 17
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Marty, you are not alone. It took me a while to figure out what was happening.
Aug. 19
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I notice your last name is Hyatt…
June 27
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-Joel

I now see your point in Richard's explanation.
June 24
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Joel

This article was on how to teach bidding, not when to teach bidding.
June 24
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-Dave

I admit Bridge is still somewhat a game of memorization.
June 23
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The concept of limit bidding is helpful, but it isn't enough.
June 23
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I wonder why you wouldn't teach with a natural system?
June 23
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-Kit,

Nice explanation.
June 20
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-Jeff

David said it beautifully.

Again, MATH DOES NOT EQUALS LOGIC IN KID'S EYES. Ignore your current bias that math= logic. Trust me that it doesn't for kids.

Now, as for why logic= good, it kind of targets the person's desire to prove themselves intellectually. You might not understand what I just said, but regardless, the main point of this article is to stop people from using “math.”
June 19
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