Many bridge areas do not have a “standard.” It`s just a matter of how you and your partner to play. Here are some examples: Here`s the point: There are many “non-standard” areas in the bridge. If you and your partner do not reach an agreement, there is simply no way to know if Player A is thinking one way and player B is thinking the other. What is “what better way” is to ask a politician whether or not to raise taxes. There are hundreds of conventions and treatments in the area. They all have their supporters and all have pros and cons. For example, I prefer 2 wait after a strong 2 opener (I think it`s best to describe the open space). Others like 2 as bust and others as step/command answers (my smallest favorite). Instead of debating it, I simply advise players to stick to what is comfortable in their partnership. If you have a serious partnership and want to deepen it, you will find a checklist of partnerships here. I get thousands of bridge questions a year. I can`t find the time to answer them all. In this article, I will try to answer everyone at the same time (perhaps you were referred to this article by asking such a question).

I don`t like the new bridge concepts, but I want to start throwing “PA” — to understand the partnership agreements. This page contains the latest information on south Florida Golf Tour. Without discussion, there is no way to know whether East 2 is weak or strong. Without discussion, there is no way to know whether Wests 2 guarantees additional values or if it can be offered with a dead minimum. My general advice is to try to avoid making “uns proposed” offers. If you can find another commandment (one that is not misunderstood), choose it instead. For more information, click here. What about defensive carding? I teach “Standard.” People ask me, “What about the odd one?” Or: “My teacher said the attitude was upset, preferably.” My answer- the same: “PA.” Choose what you and your partner can do. I get emails from 2/1 GF. Most use it, but how? There are many small variations possible (see this article or webinar of Michael`s series On another front, many questions (similar vein) have “no correct answer” (click on the link). . .

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