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Posted on May 23rd 2008  -  Subject: How to Play Spades - Video 1

Watch and learn ... for beginners!

 

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Posted on May 23rd 2008

Part 2 ...

 

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Part 3 ...

 

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Posted on Jun 5th 2008
nice vid.  The game looks good i think i will give it a try. Adam
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Posted on Jun 5th 2008

nice vid.  The game looks good i think i will give it a try.

Adam

You should, and let us know what you think. It's a very solid skill based game. At the same time, easy to learn and the promotions are too good to pass up!

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Posted on Jun 7th 2008
Thanks for posting this Jason :)
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Posted on Jul 8th 2008
Nil with a K x x of spades, looks quite risky in first hand. I usually do play the partnership version though. I can see that it has some chance to go through, and with only 100 pts to go, you have to be aggressive. You could have been set in diamonds as well, but the one across the table discarded the 2d in first round for some odd reason. Then in the second round of diamonds instead of discarding the 9, he discarded the 5, if he kept it you still would set. Your LHO not trumping the diamonds when you put the 7 on the 6, is a good try to set you, if the one across you is void in diamonds now as well. Here's teh complete deal                 North                S A 4                H A 8 2                D 9 5 2                C A 9 8 6 2 West                             EastS  J T 8 6                      S Q 9 5 2H  K Q 9                       H T 7D  J T                            D A Q 8 6 4C  Q J 5                        C K T                 South                S K 7 3                H J 6 4 3                D K 7 3                C 7 4 3 LHO made actually a quite close 3 bid, RHO being very conservative with his 3. On the lead with this easts hand I would probably start with HT. Anyway, they only bid a total 9, so for me it's quite obvious they must know the nil is to be set. Really unbelievable play of North to let you get away with that. Anyway. second hand is looking like an underbid. AKh As x x and singleton diamond are worth a 4 bid, if you got to be aggressive. You have to be very unlucky if they run three rounds of spades before the second round of diamonds is played. There was also a chance to set someone with playing for 2 bags and going into the last round with 82, so you could take 2 more bags ? Or do you bag out at 4, then it's probably to risky.  
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Posted on Jul 13th 2008
i know this game,,,, it´s just under another name here in Finland....got to try it, nice videos
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Posted on Jul 16th 2008
thanks a lot!!!
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Posted on Jul 31st 2008
nice one
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Posted on Sep 11th 2008
nice videos...this video teach me how to playspades...this help me so much because i play spades like a stupid..and i lose money :|
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Posted on Sep 11th 2008
nice game   I will give it a try
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Posted on Sep 18th 2008
great im in
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Posted on Sep 28th 2008
Good video.
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Posted on Oct 9th 2008
Nice played ) good video respect
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