By Barbara Seagram Courtesy of BarbaraSeagram.com To pull or not to pull, that is the question! Trumps, that is. We learned at mother’s knee that we should always get the kiddies off the street. Thus …
“Short of peeking at the opponents’ hands, what are her options? Does she simply finesse, praying and guessing all the while? Does she recite the nursery rhyme “Eight ever, nine never!” in the hope that the ♣Q will drop? Nursery rhymes work for children, but not always at the bridge table!” Barbara Seagram treats us to a bridge lesson, detective style.
An article by Karen Walker, courtesy of KWBridge.com.
“One of the keys to becoming a good bridge player is to develop “card sense”, which is generally defined as an aptitude for card games. Many people will tell you that you have to be born with it, or that it must be acquired at an early age. But is it an inborn talent, or an ability that can be developed?”
An article by author and bridge guru Eddie Kantar, courtesy of KantarBridge.com.
“To be a good bridge player you must be technically sound — but you must be psychologically sound as well. The latter is known as ‘reading the position’, or knowing something the cards don’t actually tell you…”