Better Signalling Now
Good defensive carding agreements can improve the scores of any partnership in any session they play. This text takes readers through the modern options in terms of defensive signalling, and allows them to construct a system that suits their own style. Based on a previous book by the same author, this revised edition incorporates numerous suggestions and improvements from experts Tim Bourke and Sandra Landy.
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Laying the Foundations
Nobody Rings a Bell
1NT Pass 3NT All Pass 4A All Pass ace of clubs ace of diamonds ace of hearts ace of spades beat the contract Bermuda Bowl club suit count signals Dble Declarer plays declarer wins declarer's defeat the contract defence diamond suit doubleton dummy East seat full deal Guiding Principle hand heart suit high card holding king of clubs king of diamonds king of hearts king of spades leads the ace leads the king low card nine tricks North East South odd number opening lead partner leads partner plays Partner wins Pass 20 Pass 3NT Pass 4A Pass All Pass Pass South plays the eight plays the jack plays the king plays the three queen of clubs queen of diamonds queen of spades singleton Smith Peter Stayman suit-preference signal three of clubs three spades West North East West seat wins the ace