Never Play Egoistically
The second lesson in Bridge is the most difficult lesson for the newcomers.
Because, most of the players want to play for himself (or herself) instead of
playing for partnership..
So, let's study the world of partners if one of them plays for partnership but the other one plays egoistic.. If you look at the second picture at the left you can see the world of this kind partnership.. You probably made the distinction easily: The partner closer to you is egoistic player..
The third picture shows the world of partners if both partner play for each other. What a wonderful world, isn't it? In this world fishing is very easy.. If you catch three or four fish at a time you are unlucky. Because in this world, catching six or seven fish at a time is child's play...
Note: The third picture is Lake 7 of Seven Lakes in Bolu/TURKEY. Bridge7 got his name from the bridge on this lake. If you follow my lessons, you may get the chance to see the picture of Bridge 7; It is a simple, wooden bridge. People don't need it to cross the lake.. It can be used as a place to learn how to catch some extra fish. Or, some people just pass through to learn how to catch fish at the bridge..
Photographs by B7
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