Episode #9: Augie Boehm Interview- Part II

Welcome to our concluding interview with Augie Boehm, Bridge tournament champion, author, columnist, teacher, concert pianist, composer and more. . .

Timeline:
1:20 If I Had a Big Hand (sung to Fiddler on the Roof).
4:50 Visualization in Augie’s book, “Three Notrump in Depth.”
6:30 Deducing partner’s points when opponents bid 3 Notrump contract.
7:35 Memory and counting.
8:15 Bidding fourth suit at the three level.
9:55 Memorizing Pi to 12,887 digits through song in four digit sequences!
13:17 Teachers, students – neuro-linguistic, kinesthetic, visual, and association.
15:05 “Private Sessions” book – learning to count by practicing.
17:05 Augie music life as a concert pianist and composer.
18:30 Augie’s “Bridge to Broadway” entertainment at 1984 New York NABC.
20:40 Augie’s international Bridge festivals.
24:15 Future of Bridge requires an infusion of youth.
26:35 Internet Bridge.
30:45 Overbidder (sung to Showboat)!
33:28 End

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Comments

  1. margo_d says:

    Augie’s musical talent is terrific, albeit rivaled by his bridge knowledge. Many thanks :–)

  2. Michael says:

    Yes, Augie Boegn has a wide range of talents and is a real gentleman. It’s great to see good folks like Augie both enjoy Bridge and give back so much to our game.

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