How To: Improve Your Game

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The most frequent question I am asked is, “What can I do to improve my game?” The truth is it’s a lot of …

By Ana Roth
On 4 November, 2012 At 14:41

Category : Advanced @en, Advanced 4, Intermediate @en

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The most frequent question I am asked is, “What can I do to improve my game?” The truth is it’s a lot of hard work. As in most areas of life, there are many more people who desire to become better than people willing to put in the work to achieve it. For those still interested, here is a guide to improving your bridge game no matter what level you are currently at.

Step 1: Play many, many, many hands. This cannot be underestimated. The more hands you see and experience you get, the better you will become without even doing anything else. While you are playing these hands, count. Count points, count shape, count winners, count losers, count everything. Form a picture of the hand, and change it with each trick that goes by until you know every card. The more you do this the more natural it will feel. Honestly, it is impossible to play good bridge without counting. Online bridge is great for this purpose.

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