Whatever your preferred system of bidding, you and your partner will inevitably decide to play a number of conventions. This book briefly explains the best and most popular conventions in every area of the auction, including a number of ideas that will be new to North American readers. It will be a useful reference summary for players at any level.
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Lucas Two Bids
Defences to a Strong Club
The Jump Cuebid
Defences to a Strong Two Club Opening
2NT opening 2NT response aces Acol allows Bermuda Bowl bid 3NT bid game bid suit Blackwood Bridge completes the transfer constructive raise cuebid Dble defence descriptive bid diamond suit diamonds example five hearts five-card major forcing bid four hearts four spades four-card major fourth seat game try game-forcing Ghestem hand-type Hearts and clubs high cards hold idea Jacoby Transfers jump overcall jump shift key cards Leaping Michaels least invitational Lebensohl long suit major suit maximum minimum natural and forcing Negative Double non-forcing normal North East South opener's suit opening bid opposite partner's suit Pass penalty double play players possible range rebid responder bids Responsive Double round scheme second suit sequence shortage singleton or void splinter Stayman strength strong club strong hand strong no-trump suit bid takeout bid takeout double three level three spades three-card three-suited tournament unbid suits unspecified weak hand weak two bid West North East