“Ten Weeks to Basic Bridge,” a series of lessons for beginning Bridge players, starts Wednesday, April 4, 2018 and meets 10 times through June 13, 2018. You’ll learn Bridge from the ground up with Standard American bidding. By the end of the series, you’ll be ready to play in social games and entry-level duplicate games.
Here’s a brief description of each of the lessons for the “Ten Weeks to Basic Bridge” series beginning in January 2018.
Players with some experience are welcome to join for individual lessons. For those with little or no experience, it is recommended to start with the first lesson and continue from there. All dates are subject to change.
A new series of beginner lessons starts Wednesday, January 3, 2018 and meets 10 times through March 21, 2018. You’ll learn Bridge from the ground up with Standard American bidding. By the end of the series, you’ll be ready to play in social games and entry-level duplicate games.
What’s going on?
We’re announcing a series of lessons for beginning Bridge players: “Ten Weeks to Basic Bridge” beginning September 6. This series will be led by David Dailey, a relative newcomer to Bridge who understands the challenges encountered by new players.
According to the Laws of Duplicate Bridge, the contract is defined to be “the undertaking by declarer’s side to win, at the denomination named, the number of odd tricks specified in the final bid, whether undoubled, doubled, or redoubled.”
What does all that mean, anyway?
Bridge is not a simple game. Let me explain. No, there is too much – let me sum up.
Welcome to my bridge blog. I teach a beginner bridge lesson series at Seattle Bridge Center. The series is called Ten Weeks to Basic Bridge and a new series will start in September 2017.
I’m an ACBL club-level director and I host a Rookie Duplicate game every Tuesday at the center. It’s free to play if you have fewer than 50 ACBL masterpoints.
I’ve been playing bridge since 2012 and enjoy teaching the game almost as much as playing the game.
I plan to use this blog to explore concepts and questions that come up in my classes and in the Rookie Duplicate games that we might not have time to tackle in person.
The target audience for this blog is people who attend my class. However, I’m happy to take questions from any bridge player as time allows.