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  • The “Rule of Seven”
  • The “Rule of Six”
  • The “Rule of Five”
  • The “Rule of Four”
  • The “Rule of Three”
  • The “Rule of Two”
  • The “Rule of One”
  • Thirty-Three
  • Picture partner’s hand
  • Consider 3NT
  • It’s not easy!
  • When to cover an “honour with an honour”
  • Common’s Bridge
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (ten)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (nine)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (eight)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (seven)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (six)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (one)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (five)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (four)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (three)
  • Andrew’s favourite conventions (two)
  • Andrew’s least favourite conventions (two)
  • Andrew’s least favourite conventions (one)
  • The U.C.B
  • Bid to the “Level of the fit”
  • Have the opponents preempted?
  • “Up the line”
  • When not to trump
  • Who to play for the missing honour
  • When to duck
  • Try to play through the hand
  • When you can let partner decide
  • A simple tip
  • Think in patterns
  • Re-evaluate
  • Don’t let partner go wrong
  • Do you know where you are going to play?
  • Do your preparation
  • The Lightner double
  • But I had two aces….
  • Double one double all
  • The easy life
  • How to conceal the layout
  • The 30 point deck
  • The pitfalls of reopening
  • Beware Qwacks!
  • Which lead to make?
  • How many trump tricks do i need?
  • Support or preference?
  • Tell a little
  • The Principle of Restricted Choice
  • A tip from “The Expert Game”
  • Think about two bids not one
  • Can I find a better play?
  • How does this look to partner?
  • When to keep quiet
  • When to leave it to partner
  • “If you’d held….”
  • Fourth Suit Forcing
  • Jump rebids
  • When to leave the ladder
  • Signalling when giving a ruff
  • Do you want this suit to be trumps?
  • Don’t be greedy
  • Describing your shape
  • Bold - but not rash
  • A little confidence…
  • When to accept an invite
  • A reason to lead a trump
  • Spare a little thought
  • What could partner have led from?
  • How many cards does a one of a suit opening show?
  • Avoid Minor Suits?
  • Minor Suit Games?
  • Have you got the Ace of Trumps?
  • When to force declarer
  • Working out partners cards
  • Drawing inferences from your partners card
  • Keep a card to beat dummy
  • Finesse against Dummy
  • Passive leading a trump
  • The Power of the King from King-Queen lead
  • Initial Utilities of your opening lead
  • When to lead a trump
  • When to lead passively
  • When to lead Agressively
  • In Notrumps lead Declarers Shortage
  • “The dog did nothing in the night time”
  • Try to imagine Dummy
  • Loser-on-Loser
  • The Trump Coup
  • “En Passant”
  • Remember to Duck
  • Dummy reversal
  • Scramble
  • Committed to a crossruff?
  • Take your side-suit winners first, when considering a crossruff
  • Calculating winners
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