GOOD SPLITS AND BAD SPLITS -AUDIO LESSON

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Approximate running time: 110 minutes.

Marty's audio visual format significantly enhances your learning experience:
  • The combination of voice and visual effects makes it easier to understand what Marty is teaching.
  • The lesson is interactive, so students "learn by doing."
  • You can proceed at your own pace.
  • You can play and replay all or some of the lesson whenever you choose as many times as you like.
  • The lesson includes a written transcript for you to study. The transcript format has been improved for increased readability.
    Click here for an example transcript.
  • The lesson contains several hours of extensive material.
  • The lesson is designed to work on most popular computers and browsers, including Windows, Mac, and iPad.

One of the key elements of good declarer play is creating extra winners by developing a long suit. I can't remember the number of times I have said in a class: "I never met a 5-card suit I didn't like." Even a super-weak side suit such as 6 5 4 3 2 has the potential to develop additional tricks in either suit contracts or notrump. Of course, unless partner has a lot of length and strength in this suit, you would very much prefer that you got a good split.

On the other hand, when asked what is the most annoying type of hand to declare, the first thing that comes to mind is "hands where you get a bad split in trump." With an 8-card trump fit, almost 1/3 of the time, an opponent will have at least four trump against you. Therefore, learning how to try to cope with that kind of bad split can allow you to bring home contracts that proved too difficult for others.

For each deal, Marty will explain exactly what you should think about and how you should decide the best way to proceed.

This includes:
  • How to overcome a bad trump split
  • The right time to take a safety play
  • When it is more helpful to count winners in a suit contract
  • What you must know about suit combinations
  • How to make a loser disappear
  • How to give yourself an extra chance
  • When should you play differently at matchpoints
  • How to take advantage of clues from the opponents' auction
  • When must you take a deep finesse
  • How YOU can learn to execute a Trump Coup

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Try a free demo

Audio Visual Lesson you view on your computer browser

Approximate running time: 110 minutes.

Marty's audio visual format significantly enhances your learning experience:
  • The combination of voice and visual effects makes it easier to understand what Marty is teaching.
  • The lesson is interactive, so students "learn by doing."
  • You can proceed at your own pace.
  • You can play and replay all or some of the lesson whenever you choose as many times as you like.
  • The lesson includes a written transcript for you to study. The transcript format has been improved for increased readability.
    Click here for an example transcript.
  • The lesson contains several hours of extensive material.
  • The lesson is designed to work on most popular computers and browsers, including Windows, Mac, and iPad.

One of the key elements of good declarer play is creating extra winners by developing a long suit. I can't remember the number of times I have said in a class: "I never met a 5-card suit I didn't like." Even a super-weak side suit such as 6 5 4 3 2 has the potential to develop additional tricks in either suit contracts or notrump. Of course, unless partner has a lot of length and strength in this suit, you would very much prefer that you got a good split.

On the other hand, when asked what is the most annoying type of hand to declare, the first thing that comes to mind is "hands where you get a bad split in trump." With an 8-card trump fit, almost 1/3 of the time, an opponent will have at least four trump against you. Therefore, learning how to try to cope with that kind of bad split can allow you to bring home contracts that proved too difficult for others.

For each deal, Marty will explain exactly what you should think about and how you should decide the best way to proceed.

This includes:
  • How to overcome a bad trump split
  • The right time to take a safety play
  • When it is more helpful to count winners in a suit contract
  • What you must know about suit combinations
  • How to make a loser disappear
  • How to give yourself an extra chance
  • When should you play differently at matchpoints
  • How to take advantage of clues from the opponents' auction
  • When must you take a deep finesse
  • How YOU can learn to execute a Trump Coup

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