Online bridge update 43

There is no seminar on Monday (22nd February) I am afraid because of a competing commitment. After last week’s session, I have noted that a number of you are interested in learning more about duplicate pairs tactics and I am considering whether to offer a series of lessons around that theme. If you would be interested in a few sessions of that kind, please let me know so I can gauge the level of interest. The seminar series will resume as normal on Monday week.

The Tuesday morning supervised play session will be running as normal again this week (23rd February), starting at 9.30am. I look forward to seeing you all. Please let me know as early possible that you intend to join, ideally by early Monday evening as it makes it so much easier to arrange the tables and reduce the risk of having to turn one of you away. The maximum number we can currently handle is 20 and that has been working very well recently, with some lively hands and keenly contested match ups.

Tuesday supervised play

23rd February 2021 from 9.30am

£15.00

The group coaching sessions continue as normal this week. I continue to juggle the timing and makeup of a couple of groups to align those of a similar standard. As I noted last week, if you and/or a partner are interested in joining one of these please let me know. I only have a limited amount of spare capacity but always keen to ft in newcomers if at all possible.

Jonathan

Footnote

For those of you who’ve an interest in investment, I am running a series of podcasts and weekly updates on the Money Makers website (https://money-makers.co).

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