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65 ACOL Bridge Practice Hands  

These bridge hands are constructed so that if you bid correctly and have applied the the rules you should make your contract. They are graduated with the earlier hands being easier gradually increasing in complexity.


Competitive Bidding Practice Hands

1b. Responding to your partner's overcall - What to Bid when your partner overcalls Responding to your partner's overcall - What to Bid when your partner overcalls 1b. Responding to your partner's overcall - What to Bid when your partner overcalls (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Responding to your partner's overcall - What to Bid when your partner overcalls (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
401. Overcalling -when the opposition have opened the bidding Overcalling -when the opposition have opened the bidding 401. Overcalling -when the opposition have opened the bidding (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Overcalling -when the opposition have opened the bidding (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)


Play of The Cards Practice Hands

301. Counting Your Winning Tricks - In No Trump Contracts Counting Your Winning Tricks - In No Trump Contracts 301. Counting Your Winning Tricks - In No Trump Contracts (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Counting Your Winning Tricks - In No Trump Contracts (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)

Click on the title to play the Practice Hands from the Acol Lessons

2a. Openers first bid- In 1H you can make 9 tricks - try it yourself! Openers first bid- In 1H you can make 9 tricks - try it yourself! 2a. Openers first bid- In 1H you can make 9 tricks - try it yourself! (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Openers first bid- In 1H you can make 9 tricks - try it yourself! (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
2c. Open a Preferred Minor or Lower ranking of 2 four card suits Open a Preferred Minor or Lower ranking of 2 four card suits 2c. Open a Preferred Minor or Lower ranking of 2 four card suits (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Open a Preferred Minor or Lower ranking of 2 four card suits (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
3a. Responding to Partner's Opening Bid - Showing Preference Responding to Partner's Opening Bid - Showing Preference 3a. Responding to Partner's Opening Bid - Showing Preference (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Responding to Partner's Opening Bid - Showing Preference (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
3b.i. Responding to Partner's opening bid with 4 card support Responding to Partner's opening bid with 4 card support 3b.i. Responding to Partner's opening bid with 4 card support (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Responding to Partner's opening bid with 4 card support (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
3e. Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid 3e. Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
4a.i. Opener bids twice - Partner shows preference for their suit Opener bids twice - Partner shows preference for their suit 4a.i. Opener bids twice - Partner shows preference for their suit (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Opener bids twice - Partner shows preference for their suit (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
5c. Stopping in Part Game - How do I know when to stop bidding? Stopping in Part Game - How do I know when to stop bidding? 5c. Stopping in Part Game - How do I know when to stop bidding? (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Stopping in Part Game - How do I know when to stop bidding? (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
6c.a. Practice playing when all seats are vulnerable (Vul) Practice playing when all seats are vulnerable (Vul) 6c.a. Practice playing when all seats are vulnerable (Vul) (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Practice playing when all seats are vulnerable (Vul) (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
6c.c. Practice playing when North-South are Vul. and East-West are Not Vul. Practice playing when North-South are Vul. and East-West are Not Vul. 6c.c. Practice playing when North-South are Vul. and East-West are Not Vul. (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Practice playing when North-South are Vul. and East-West are Not Vul. (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)
6c.d. The opposition double you - an exciting game: N-S = Not Vulnerable E-W=Vulnerable The opposition double you - an exciting game: N-S = Not Vulnerable E-W=Vulnerable 6c.d. The opposition double you - an exciting game: N-S = Not Vulnerable E-W=Vulnerable (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) The opposition double you - an exciting game: N-S = Not Vulnerable E-W=Vulnerable (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)

Bridge Conventions

3e. Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid 3e. Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON) Responder uses Stayman and asks about openers major suit holdings after a 1NT opening bid (LOGIN OR REGISTER TO PLAY THIS LESSSON)



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