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ATTENTION L.A. NOVICE PLAYERS: Class registration

by Elaine Sandberg

November 1, 2010 | 12:27 pm

A WINNNING STRATEGY CLASS FOR THE NOVICE PLAYER will be held at the American Jewish University.

Strategies, Strategies, Strategies!  If I only knew some more!  Yes, it’s the lament I hear from so many novice player.  And it is often the critical element you need that can determine whether you win or lose.  Although many people think of “Strategies” as a separate element of the game, I don’t.  To me, everything you do from a first peeking at your tiles to the last discard in the game affects your “strategic” decisions and your win/loss ratio.

It will deal, in depth, with topics ranging from how to quickly and easily select your hand, what is “defensive” play, its role in the game, “reading” Exposures, which hand to choose, changing the hand and the   many, many more problematic situations you encounter in every game you play.  The class is open to players who are fairly familiar with the card and have been playing steadily for about 6 months to about a year or so.

Come to the class!  It will sharpen your skills, improve your play and add to the fun of the game!


CLASS DATES: 3 CLASSES——NOV. 11, 16, 18

CLASS TIME:  1-2:30 P.M.
REGISTER AT: AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY (PHONE: 1-310-440-1246) or
                      (ON-LINE:  wcce.ajula.edu)
LOCATED AT:   15600 MULHOLLAND DRIVE, BEL AIR, CA. 90077
DIRECTIONS:  405 EXIT SKIRBALL/ MULHOLLAND   FOLLOW SIGNS TO AMERICAN JEWISH UNIVERSITY.

See you there!

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