Here I get a score I am not sure I have ever had before.
Category: Interesting Hands
It is often easy to lose control of trumps while declaring. Watch how I handle this tricky hand where it isn’t obvious about the trump control issue.
Here the robots defend really well and get a defensive trump promotion. Watch how.
The Common card play maxim suggests the in an 8 card fit you should always finesse and in a nine card fit you should never finesse. Is it really never?
This interesting hand tossed up a bidding problem which I saw solved in a unique way from the European Championships. Let’s see if it works again.
Sometimes in bridge you can slightly misrepresent your hand or not disclose a particular suit. In these cases the suits are called secret weapons. In this video I show how to make the most of this when it does happen.
The final hand of the day tossed up an interesting hand which features counting shapes, end plays and more.
Here was an interesting hand where I had a choice of third seat openings
This hand illustrates an uncommon safety play. This type of play usually only occurs during IMP scoring rather than match points scoring. These are some of Pete’s favourite hands from commentated play sessions.
Here the robots pull of a slightly unusual squeeze – the criss cross squeeze.