Develop Your Bridge Skills
Celsus Library (The proof of the importance of reading)
This library in Ephesus was built in 110 A.D for the Celsus Polemaeanus (
A Roman Governor). Look at the beauty! This beauty reflects the respect of ancient people
to reading. Ephesus
was the commercial center of the ancient world. Artemis Temple in
Ephesus was the one of the seven wonders of the ancient times.
further information about Ephesus please visit:
In this lesson I will give you some hints to improve your bridge: We will learn how to choose the best card to play.
The first player of a trick can chose any card she likes. The last player must chose a card so as to win the trick.. So, in this lesson I will tell about the second and third players plays of a trick:
1) If you are second player
of a trick
If 1.Player plays 6,
2.Player must play low in order to make two tricks..
If 1.Player plays Q,
2.Player must cover in order to make one trick..
1) If you are third player
of a trick.
Please find below some examples about
the play of second player of a trick:
If 1.Player plays 4,
3.Player must play high (K)
in order to win all the tricks..
When 1.Player plays Q (probably top of a sequence), if 2.Player plays A, 3.Player must play K(deblocking). If you don't play K, when your partner obtain a lead and lead clubs, you will win the trick with K, but you will not have any clubs to return..
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