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Posted 2018-October-11, 02:43

Hi,
I am relatively new here. I am teaching bridge in a small group of people and I would like to prepare some examples for entry bidding lessons.

What I need:
- to show open cards for only N-S (I arrange cards myself so the overcall will not happen)
- to make all bids myself (for the S as well as for the N)
- to save the example and be able to review my prepared deal with the bidding shown bid-by-bid in my lesson

I cannot figure out how to prepare this.
Thanks very much for help or any tip...
Pavel
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Posted 2018-October-11, 06:54

You could use the bidding tables at BBO (using a beamer or something like this) with predealt boards
and take over both North and South.
I have never done this, but it is possible, I have seen it.

Predealt boards - format PBN, and this can be converted to BBO Lin Format, or you work with the BBO dealer
program, I have never done this
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Posted 2018-October-12, 00:04

Thank for the answer Marlowe.
I know the option of bidding table (I have trained here with my friend few times). But I do not know how to save the particular bidding and "replay" it during my lessons to the students...
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Posted 2018-October-12, 05:32

View Postpavsko, on 2018-October-12, 00:04, said:

Thank for the answer Marlowe.
I know the option of bidding table (I have trained here with my friend few times). But I do not know how to save the particular bidding and "replay" it during my lessons to the students...

Ok, this sounds like a Bridge Movie.
http://www.bridgebas...idge_movie.html
I have never used this option.
But it should be possible to comment on bids.
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Posted 2018-October-12, 06:09

Well, I have already used a handviewer but it can be used only for trick-by-trick or card-by-card replay of the deal.
The bidding itself is static i.e. the auction is showed as the one piece of info - not "playable" bid-by-bid...
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Posted 2018-October-12, 09:19

View Postpavsko, on 2018-October-12, 06:09, said:

Well, I have already used a handviewer but it can be used only for trick-by-trick or card-by-card replay of the deal.
The bidding itself is static i.e. the auction is showed as the one piece of info - not "playable" bid-by-bid...

https://www.bridgeba...ing-bbo-movies/

If you look at some them, you see question like "what is your bid now?"
Obviously the thread is 2012, but the movies still work.
My guess is, that the software does as well.
The bridge movie will have source code in the LIN format, and BBO still uses
the LIN format.
If I read one answer correct, than a movie can only seen by BBO staff or the
author, but as fas as I understood your use case, this should be fine.
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Posted 2018-October-12, 11:06

A possible alternative for creating Bridge Movies from the stone ages
http://www.jeff-gold...h.org/#software

An excample
http://www.jeff-gold...i-bin/movie.cgi

Due to his historic age, I dont think BBO minds referenzing this side.
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Posted 2018-October-15, 02:09

Thanks for some other tips Marlowe.
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