Slam bidding technique

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  • Week 1 

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    • FAQs
    • Day 1: Slam bidding principles
    • Quiz: Slam bidding principles
    • Day 2: Hand visualisation
    • Day 3: Creating a forcing auction
    • Quiz: Creating a forcing auction
    • Day 4: Cue bidding with Bridge Vid
  • Cue bidding: Beginner 

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    • Day 4: Beginners introduction to cue bidding
    • Quiz: Beginners introduction to cue bidding
    • Beginners introduction to cue bidding example hands
    • Day 5: Beginners cue bidding continued
    • Quiz: Beginners cue bidding continued
    • Beginners cue bidding continued example hands
  • Cue bidding: Intermediate/advanced 

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    • Day 4: Intermediate/advanced introduction to cue bidding
    • Quiz: Intermediate/advanced introduction to cue bidding
    • Intermediate/advanced introduction to cue bidding example hands
    • Day 5: Intermediate/advanced cue bidding continued
    • Quiz: Intermediate/advanced cue bidding continued
    • Intermediate/advanced cue bidding continued example hands
  • Cue bidding: Expert 

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    • Day 4: Expert introduction to cue bidding
    • Quiz: Expert introduction to cue bidding
    • Expert introduction to cue bidding example hands
    • Day 5: Expert cue bidding continued
    • Quiz: Expert cue bidding continued
    • Expert cue bidding continued example hands
  • Roman Keycard Blackwood: Beginners 

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    • Beginners introduction to RKCB
    • QUIZ: Beginners introduction to RKCB
    • Beginners introduction to RKCB example hands
    • Beginners RKCB continued
    • QUIZ: Beginners RKCB continued
    • Beginners RKCB continuing RKCB example hands
  • Roman Keycard Blackwood: Intermediate 

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    • Intermediate introduction to RKCB
    • QUIZ: Intermediate introduction to RKCB
    • Intermediate introduction to RKCB example hands
    • Intermediate RKCB continued
    • QUIZ: Intermediate RKCB continued
  • Roman Keycard Blackwood: Expert  

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    • Expert introduction to RKCB
    • QUIZ: Expert introduction to RKCB
    • Expert RKCB continued
    • QUIZ: Expert RKCB continued
  • Other Slam Conventions 

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    • Day 3: All levels – Other useful slam conventions
    • Day 4: All levels – Other Slam Considerations
  • Course summary  

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    • Course summary

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  • mrs580127

    Intermediate key card continued

    HI. Great course. I am running out of time but hope to complete. A question please. In the notes, in response to 5NT king ask, if responder holds 2 kings, they should bid suit they don't hold king in. BUT in the actual video Peter says with 2 kings, bid the cheapest. Which one is it please? Many thanks. Carol
  • niels465062

    Great course

    Excellent course with a good structure. Only caveat is the usage of the term serious 3nt, which also lead me to think you were unserious:) After some thoughts I now believe that bidding 3nt seriously is good with no club control to give partner a chance to show it, or bid 4 clubs with control.
  • carol1611959

    Slam bidding short course

    Sorry, but I cannot see where else to ask questions. Could you please clarify whether your actual preference is to use the 3NT bid for Non-serious or Serious slam interest as the bidding in the hand examples seems to be the opposite of what had been stated in the lessons. The course seems incomplete without sample hands for Week 2 for Intermediate/Advanced and for Expert Days 1 and 2 of Week 2. Hope we get to see these included before the trial period expires. Thanks for the course.
  • william1501415

    Great course

    Great course, but I am confused by question #4 in the beginner RKCB quiz. You ask what to bid after partner bids 5 NT asking for kings, and the answer was at the 5 level which is an insufficient bid. Am I missing something?
  • dr1057878

    Great course,

    Congratulations on a great course, very well organised, easy to understand, which explained the important concepts in an easy to understand way, and with some great tips about cue bidding when slam is a possibility. If you haven't signed up for it, don't leave it too long before it disappears.

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