After one year of Bridge lessons, most people have covered all of the bids as opener, responder, and rebids as opener and responder. Then there is competitive bidding with overcalls and doubles and some slam bidding. If your head is not spinning after all that, the second year is about getting in some practice. Going over those things you cannot quite remember and getting your play right. Slam bids? How often do they happen? Well like buses three come along at once! Roman Key Card Blackwood is a great slam bidding convention for those who are ready to try it. There are a few new things you can find out in an improvers, second year class, like what on earth is an Unassuming Cue Bid and why is bidding in the fourth position different? I am offering a new improvers group on a Wednesday afternoon. Details are on my bridge lessons page. Some details are still being confirmed so nothing is written in stone. Please let me know if you are interested.
As well as being a Bridge Teacher I have been a Training Manager, an Air Stewardess, I have hiked down the Grand Canyon and held a live "carpet" python.