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Approximate running time: 110 minutes.
Marty's audio visual format significantly enhances your learning experience:
Everyone knows that declarer must figure out his line of play at trick 1.
He is NOT the only player who should be thinking and planning.
But, since the defenders don't get to see their partner's cards,
they are usually not able to immediately do as much planning as declarer can.
Of course, by thinking about the opponent's hands during the auction,
a player who wants to defend well should already have begun the "investigation process."
Once you get to see dummy's cards, you must take time
to process this new source of essential information.
In addition, you are now in a position to learn a great deal about declarer's hand.
Once you've been shown EXACTLY what you should be thinking about,
you don't need to be an expert to significantly improve your defense.
You CAN learn to defend better than your peers do.
In this lesson, Marty will explain:
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