Friday, October 19, 2018
 

Defending a Conventional 3NT Opening By A. Gumperz

Source: Defending a Conventional 3NT Opening The gambling 3NT opening is a popular method in US Tournament bridge. An opening 3NT promises a solid 7-card minor...

Conventions: Bourke Relay

Source: ABF youth bulletins Take a look at this problem: Jumping to 3NT may be your first instinct, but this is a bit premature. Imagine if partner has...

The Reverse Drury Convention

Source: BridgeBum Reverse Drury is a variation of the Drury convention. In keeping with the principle of fast arrival, it reverses the meanings of opener's 2and 2/ rebids. After...

Building a System : Weak Twos (Continued)

Source:  Bulletins Didnt read Part 1

Lebensohl Over 1NT Interference

Source: www.acblunit390.org In today’s competitive bidding environment, overcalls are made far more frequently. Without long discussion, it is difficult to know what to bid when opponents...

Fourth Suit Forcing

Source: Wikipedia Fourth suit forcing (also referred to as fourth suit artificial; abbreviated as FSF or 4SF) is a contract bridge convention that allows responder to create, at his second turn to bid,...

Stayman with Weak Hands

Source: bridge.rfrick.info Using Stayman often promises enough strength to invite to game. But even if that is your understanding with your partner, you can play "Garbage...

Support Double

Source: Wikipedia For example, after 1- (Pass) - 1 - (1)The support double is a bridge convention used to distinguish between three-card and four-card support for partner's suit response to one's...

Conventions: OBAR BIDS

Source:  OBAR BIDS – Acronym for Opponents Bid And Raise – Balance In Direct Seat.  Popularized by Larry Cohen in “To Bid Or Not To Bid:...

Conventions: “The Smolen”

by Paul Lavings Bridge Books & Supplies The Smolen Convention was invented by US expert Mike Smolen (1940-1992). It is an accepted part of nearly every...

MOST POPULAR ARTICLES

HOT NEWS

X