Bob Morris (Left) and Eddie Wold (right)
T. Morse Photo.
The Eddie Wold seminar this weekend has been well received. Personally, I thought the participants asked very thoughtful questions.
Eddie and Bob made the learning enjoyable. They were fun to watch working in tandem.
The way the subjects were covered allowed for group participation in the play of
the hands. The subjects were challenging. I know the end result will be that the participants will play, bid and defend better at bridge. I’ll be facing far better opponents at the bridge table.
Evelyn Hodge, my first bridge teacher, had this to say: “I want to thank Anne and David for arranging our great weekend with Eddie and Bob. The format was diverse and informative, especially the segment for IMP’s as compared to MP’s. YOU SHOULD HAVE BEEN THERE!”
On one hand I felt that all these people are now going to know all this stuff, darn it, they will be
formidable and on the other hand I felt very sorry for the rest of Unit 430 who weren’t in attendance because they need to know this stuff to be a better bridge player.
There were a whole lot of people who did a whole lot of work to make this seminar run smoothly. Cam Doner recommended Eddie and Bob, Vicki looked after the finances, Greg Morse arranged for the mike and the easel stand and board, Sam Nystrom provided transportation for Eddie and Bob and David Dilkes kept us organized.
Unit 430 did something real good.
Anne Smith, President