Minimal standing and walking.
In the hotel’s Victorian-era Grand Dining Room, we’ll enjoy a buffet with an assortment of seasonal fresh fruits, yogurt, scrambled eggs, hot and cold cereals, breakfast meats, breakfast potatoes, grits, homemade pastries, toast, bagels, and muffins, and a daily special breakfast entrée, plus coffee, tea, milk, juices, and water.
Today we’ll study notrump opening bids and responses. We’ll play several hands, with tips for both declarer play and defense. We’ll discuss the Stayman convention and Jacoby transfers, two very popular methods for responding to a notrump opener with an unbalanced hand. Your class all week will be taught by an ACBL-certified instructor.
In a banquet room at the hotel, we’ll enjoy a selection of salad, sandwich or soup, plus coffee, tea, and water.
We’ll participate in round-robin style bridge play, where we play and analyze preset hands based on this morning’s subject matter. The format affords us opportunity to learn and play with new acquaintances in a relaxed and social environment.
We’ll gather in our private meeting room at the hotel with our instructor to shuffle, play, and relax for an evening with no set agenda. As we play with our new friends, we’ll consider how today’s lesson fits into our individual style of play. Our instructor will be on hand to observe, make comments, and answer questions.