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Beginning Bridge

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 with Andre Asbury






short description:
This course will teach you how to play bridge.
 
long description:
Normally, beginning bridge is an 8 week course with class 2 hours per week in a group of 8-12 people. I will attempt to give a crash course of the basics, with some handouts and samples of basic techniques for card play and bidding so that you can follow along with your bridge friends next time. Bridge is a very fun but complicated game and will require some significant concentration to learn. By the end, you will know basic bidding, hand evaluation, finnessing, game, slam, the difference in duplicate and party bridge, basic declarer play.
 
level of difficulty:
intermediate
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
Monday and Wednesday 5pm-11pm Easter Daylight time
 
fee comments:
This includes what amounts to 8 lessons of bridge, which in a face to face environment would be 12-16 hours of class time
 
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Beginning Bridge

live session

This course will teach you how to play bridge.


1h 0m




total duration: 1h 0m over 1 session(s)
comments: I will be online Monday and Wednesday evenings from 5-11pm (eastern US time) for a brief explanation and question and answer session.
 










languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 40US$  (400lp)
payment: on satisfaction
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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United States


Andre Asbury



description of :
I am an expert bridge player currently working as a software engineer.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
I have a degree in electrical engineering and have taught bridge and math in several different settings.
 
's preferred teaching style:
Classes will consist of a short lecture with a handout followed by questions and answers, and then a worksheet with problems to reinforce a particular concept. Ideally, you would actually play a hand with 3 other people.
 



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