BBO Intermediate / Advanced Club

This is the website for the BBO Intermediate / Advanced Club, a private Teaching club on Bridgebase Online.

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IAC News
Tue, 19-Sep-2017 OliverC Teaching Sessions
OliverC's course on OCP Super-Precision starts afresh this coming Saturday, 23rd September. The sessions are always at 9pm UTC (which is currently 10pm UK time and 5pm EDT). The whole course takes about a year to run and all IAC Members are welcome. If you getting frustrated trundling along in your Model-T Ford - try a Ferrari!!!
Sat, 16-Sep-2017 Pairs Ladder
Reluctantly I've taken a decision to take the Pairs ladder down because of the ongoing problems that people are encountering with it. Unfortunately the Ladder page is very long and complex code (several thousand lines of it), and it will take me at least a full day's work to check it all. Going at it for an hour here and there is just futile (tried that) and free days are a scarce commodity for me at the moment. Apologies to all concerned. I'll try to resurrect it as soon as possible.
Wed, 02-Aug-2017 ggriffin0's lessons
Grant Griffin continues his new series on count. Comprising a four-fold skill set that will take 8 weeks. He began with suit probabilities and their utility to conceptualization and count. This Thursday (Aug 31) is the third lesson, details are in iac diary and your bbo mail.
Upcoming Events
Date Time Teacher Session
Wed 20-Sep-2017 20:00 hoki Bid and Play Session with Review
Thu 21-Sep-2017 18:00 ggriffin0 Lesson series on count
Sat 23-Sep-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Thu 28-Sep-2017 18:00 ggriffin0 Lesson series on count
Sat 30-Sep-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Thu 05-Oct-2017 18:00 ggriffin0 Lesson series on count
Sat 07-Oct-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Thu 12-Oct-2017 18:00 ggriffin0 Weak NT within 2/1
Sat 14-Oct-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Sat 21-Oct-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Sat 28-Oct-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
Sat 04-Nov-2017 21:00 OliverC OCP Super-Precision
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