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# spiral 2nt bridge convention

Apr 01, 2007 · 2S - 2NT = same 3C = BAL 3S MIN 3D = BAL 4S ANY 3H = UNBAL 3S shortness in other minor 3S = UNBAL 3S shortness in other major 3N = BAL 3S MAX 4x = SPL 4m = 5422 MAX 4M = 54 22 MIN This system can also be used after 1H-1S-2S. NOTE: After BAL 3M MIN, going back to 3 of partners minor is NF NOTE: After any response, 3M is NF

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• ### spiral raises - bridge winners

Jul 13, 2010 · When we hold 4 card support for partner's 1 of a Major (1M) response, we simply must find an appropriate bid to show our partner about our fit and relative playing strength. Many people have different opinions on raising your partner with only 3 card support. The problem with raising a 1 level major suit response with only 3 cards is that partner may only have a 4 card suit, leaving you in a 7

• ### gavin wolpert's bridge blog: spiral raises

Apr 01, 2007 · 2S - 2NT = same 3C = BAL 3S MIN 3D = BAL 4S ANY 3H = UNBAL 3S shortness in other minor 3S = UNBAL 3S shortness in other major 3N = BAL 3S MAX 4x = SPL 4m = 5422 MAX 4M = 54 22 MIN This system can also be used after 1H-1S-2S. NOTE: After BAL 3M MIN, going back to 3 of partners minor is NF NOTE: After any response, 3M is NF

• ### feature ask (2nt) - bridge articles - bridge with larry cohen

This popular convention is used after your partner opens with a weak two-bid. After a 2, 2, or 2 weak two-opener a response of 2NT is conventional. A small percentage use it as "Ogust," but most common is "Feature." The 2NT bidder has at least game (maybe slam) interest. As to what might constitute "interest," see "The Rule of 17."

• ### opening2nt: the baronconvention|bridge| ♣ neapolitan club

Aug 23, 2015 · The Baron convention is a simple tool to ascertain all the opener’s four card suits – not only majors – when the opening is 2NT or stronger, as 2♣ followed by NT rebid at the due level according to the strength. The authors, the Englishmen Leo Baron and Adam Meredith, published it in their book: “The Baron System of Contract Bridge”

• ### commonly used conventions| american contractbridge

With only 15 words allowed during an auction and just 13 cards in each suit, bridge players have invented dozens of special bids, called conventions, to describe their strength and hand patterns. These descriptions are from the ACBL Bridge Bulletin series called the Bidding Toolkit. The ACBL textbooks Commonly Used Conventions and More Commonly Used Conventions contain detailed chapters on …

• ### jordan 2 notrump:bridge bidding convention

Jordan 2 Notrump (Jordan 2 NT): Bridge Bidding Convention. Jordan 2 Notrump (Jordan 2NT) - After partner opens and Right Hand Opponent Doubles, a 2 Notrump call by responder shows good trump support and a limit plus raise (10+ points). Most players consider good trump support as 4 in the major, while some players use 3 trump (perhaps coupled with other conventions as Bergen Raise Of Major

• ### simon'sbridge conventions- acblunit390.org

Scrambling 2NT. Scrambling 2NT (Bob Crosby) Serious 3NT (Bob Crosby) Smolen. Snap Dragon Doubles. Soloff over 2NT. Soloway Jump Shifts. Sparts Convention. Special Keycard over Preempts. Specific Suit Asks (Bob Crosby) Specific Suit Asks (Taka) Splinter Doubles. Standard American Yellow Card (SAYC) Stenberg (Alternative to Jacoby 2NT) Step

• ### stayman convention[hand examples & cheat sheet]

Oct 18, 2018 · There are a few other situations you can use this convention: After 2NT. It is standard to play Stayman after a 2NT opening in a similar way to playing over 1NT. Assuming the 2NT opening shows 20-22 points, you require just 4 points to bid. For example: After North opens 2NT, responder knows game is on – it’s just a matter of whether its 4

• ### smolen-bridgearticles -bridgewith larry cohen

Smolen is a convention used by a responder to a notrump opening bid (or natural notrump overcall). It is used when the responder is 5-4 in the majors (either way). It is used only when the responder has enough strength for game. Here is an example hand for responder to 1NT: AJ542 KJ87 2 J103. After partner's 1NT, start with Stayman

• ### mit/dlbridgeclub - contributions

Modern Bridge Conventions (I) Brian Duran: A little more advanced, ... Fragment Spiral (A)... by Pete Matthews, ... including two competing styles for continuations after the single raise: (A) forcing to 2NT or three of the minor, which the author plays; or (B) forcing to …

• ### what's the name of thisconvention? -bbo discussion forums

Aug 30, 2019 · The first reference to a "control bid" rather than "cue bid" as the shortened form of "control showing cue bid" I saw in print was in Root and Pavlicek's classic Modern Bridge Conventions, the change was presented as a deliberate attempt to alter bridge terminology for the better by removing the ambiguity in the use of "cue bid". This effort was largely but not universally successful, judging