Bridge is an incredibly complicated and beautiful game, and as you learn it seems to get more and more technical, however, my approach is to always keep it fun and slowly introduce tactics and technicalities as we go along, not to bombard my students with all the rules.
I will first introduce the basics, 52 cards, 4 Suits, 13 Cards in each suit...
Then I will introduce counting your points, and the hierarchy of cards.
When teaching I find it incredibly useful having cards next to my students with the information of the hierarchy, points, and simple rules such as following suit and what trumps mean.
I find that card play is the funnest part of the game, so I will make sure my students learn card play first, and then the technicalities of a bidding system.
I am a student that has been teaching Bridge for over a years to groups and Individuals. The system that I teach is Standard American (which I have come to prefer) but I am able to teach ACOL. I am incredibly enthusiastic about bridge and have been playing since I was 9 years old. I adore the game and enjoy teaching others immensely.
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