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What is the best way to teach somebody how to play...

Source: quora Do you have young friends you want to teach bridge? Here are some of my thoughts. Not a complete recipe, but I hope at...

Advantages and Disadvantages of different ways to interfere over 1NT (DONT,...

Source: Quora Answer Number 1: Andrew Gumperz, 25 years of tears and aspirations at the bridge table. When the opponents open a strong NT, the defenders won’t...

What are the pros and cons of playing Precision versus other...

Source: Quora Answer Number 1: Andrew Gumperz, 25 years of tears and aspirations at the bridge table. Precision is a misunderstood bridge topic, largely because the system...

Bid More with Shortness By Andrew Gumperz

Source: andrew-gumperz.blogspot.com When is the most advantageous times to intervene over an opposing preempt: with shortness in the opponent's suit or with length? Let's take an example: Auction (2)...

Opening with exactly 1-4-4-4 shape by Andrew Gumperz

Source: Andrew Gumperz Blog 1-4-4-4 is among the most awkward shapes when opening the bidding. The standard advice when I first started was to open...

What is the best way to improve my bridge game?

Source: Quora Andrew Gumperz, 25 years of tears and aspirations at the bridge table. There are several keys to improving your game: Patience. Bridge skills improve fairly...

Are all good bridge players able to remember every hand and...

Source:  Answer Number 1:  Corey Cole, Ruby Life Master at bridge, still and always learning   The answer to most questions phrased as absolutes is “No.” But...

Splinter Bids and Bidding Theory By Andrew Gumperz

Source: http://andrew-gumperz.blogspot.com/ I was thinking recently about the development of the modern major suit raise structure. In the 1950's, the forcing major suit was a jump...

Developing Your Table Feel by Andrew Gumperz

Source: http://andrew-gumperz.blogspot.com.ar/ P. Hal Sims was a top-selling bridge author of the 1930s and a formidable player. His forte was card reading. The egotistical Sims bragged...

Is there a technique to memorize what cards were played?

Source:  Answer Number 1: Andrew Gumperz, 25 years of tears and aspirations at the bridge table. Memory palaces work for some. If you are unfamiliar with the...

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