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translated by Daniel Neill August 2003
source: http://www.bartnik.zwm.punkt.pl/bridge-forum/brydz/jassemtuszynski/index.html
original author unknown, original date January 2000
Openings:
1( = multi-meaning
(a) 11-14 no 5-crd major or 4-crd (
(b) 11-23 5(, maybe 4(
(c) 18-23 (with a 5M-4other and 18 HCP we open 1(, in order to avoid jump-shifting after a 1M op)
1( = 11-18 4+(
1(/( = 11-18 5+ crds
1N = 15-17 (usu. no 5-crd major)
2( = any GF (near) hand
2( = Wilkosz
2(/( = 7-10 6 crds
2N = 6-10, 5-5 minors
1/2 seat preempts:
Vul: constructive, 6-7 tricks
NV: preemptive (KJTxxxx or better)
3N = solid suit without side strength 1/2 seats (to play 3/4 seats)
4(/( = Namyats, 8.5-9 tricks solid (/( (4N asks for side aces)
Developments:
General Agreements:
It is preferred to play in 4 of a major with game strength.
Jump-responses: 6-crd suit with at most 1 loser (5-crd ok if support for opener's suit), slam interest
Magister
1(-1(-1(-2( = fourth suit, not Magister
In all other sequences, opener's 2( rebid is Magister.
Responses to Magister:
2( = weak (12-13), no fit
2N = strong (13-14/15), no fit
2M = weak, fit (responder's M)
2 oM = strong, fit
others = strong variants of the 1( opening, discussed in the 1( section
Over the responses, rebidding 2M is NF 10-12 5-crd suit (opener can correct to 2N). 2N is forcing(!), over which opener's 3( shows 5 cards. 3( is 7-10 6(-4M. New suit is natural. Rebidding 3M is forcing.
Magister does not apply by a passed hand or in competition.
Third-suit forcing
Examples:
(a) 1(-1(-2(-3(
(b) 1(-2(-2(-2( (no extras required)
(c) 1(-1(-2(-2(!
(d) 1(-2(-2(-2(
(e) 1(-2(-2(-3(
Meaning: natural (4-crds), or seminatural (waiting)
Continuations: natural. We don't jump-raise a 3rd suit. We can raise 3rd suit from the 3-level to the 4-level when we have extras and 4-cards and can't stop the fourth suit.
Bidding the fourth suit shows uncertainty about playing 3N. E.g. 1(-2(-2(-3([can be seminatural]-3( shows either a club fit with a ( stopper, or no fit without a sure stopper (with a club fit and no ( stopper we prefer a 4( raise).
After a Two-over-one response
Responder's 2N rebid is forcing after a 1( opener, 2m response, and 2( rebid (of course the same as over opener's reverse rebid). 1(-2(/(-2(-2N forcing.
In remaining sequences 2N is non-forcing (one can bid this without all suits stopped). 1(-2(-2(-2N nonforcing.
Note: 1M-2(-2(-3( = nonforcing!
Responder's rebids of fourth suit or 2 of opener's suit are artificial and depend on which is higher or lower:
- cheaper = 4th suit-like, asking for side stoppers
- higher = GF with a 6+ crd suit with 3 honors, not suited for an immediate jump-shift response
E.g.
(a) 1(-2(-2(-2( = fourth-suit
(b) 1(-2(-2(-2( = GF, 6 clubs
(c) 1(-2(-2(-2( = fourth-suit, asks for spade stopper
(d) 1(-2(-2(-2( = GF, 6 clubs
(e) 1(-2(-2(-2( = fourth-suit
(f) 1(-2(-2(-3( = GF, 6 diamonds
Note: 1(-2m-2(-? : 2N is NF, so 2( could be waiting.
After Fourth-suit or its substitute
After fourth-suit
partner's suit = 3-cards
rebidding one's second suit = 5-5
NT = stopper in fourth suit (can be 3-cards... there is still the possibility of playing in a 7-crd suit)
raising 4th suit = 5422 no stopper in the suit
rebidding first suit = 6-crds (or remaining hands)
Note: by a passed hand, fourth-suit is natural and NF!
After using fourth-suit, supporting a major suggests a Moysian:
1(-2(-2(-2(-2N-3(
With a strong hand and a fit for the major one must immediately support at the 3-level:
1(-2(-2(-3(/(
Slam-seeking
Cue-bids
We cue-bid in the cheapest-possible suit, equally first- and second-round controls, both shortness- and honor-based. A cue-bid in partner's 5+ card suit must be an honor. A cue-bid requires the partnership to exchange cue-bidding below game (except with a splinter). Giving a cue-bid above the level of game is not obligatory.
After showing a 5-4 distribution, and having the major suit agreed, a cue-bid in a new suit shows shortness, but 3N shows 5422 and a good hand. E.g.
1(-2(-2(-3(-
3N = 5422
4(/( = shortness
1(-2(-2(-3(
cue-bid = shortness except for clubs (honor)
3N = extras with no shortness
1(-2(-3(-4( (opener's jump-rebid and responder's rebid at the 4-level below his original suit)
4( is treated as a cue-bid for ( but opener can't blackwood, because 4( may still be natural (only if responder rebids clubs).
1(-2(-3(-4(: natural. Responder, if he wants to make a cue-bid, bypasses clubs, to bid the cue he has (assuming he has one).
Roman Keycard Blackwood (0314)
When clubs are agreed, 5( = 1/4 keycards, 5( = 0/3, in 1430 style. One exception is 2(-2(, when an ace is denied during the strength-ask. With 2 keycards we show the queen of trumps. After Blackwood, the next step (not trumps) asks for the trump queen. Responder, with the queen, can show a king in partner's 5-card suit, next round QJ in partner's 5-card suit. After the queen ask and a negative response, to bid a different suit at the 6-level is a suggestion of contract.
The king-ask follows the queen-ask by bidding the next step (other than the trump-suit).
4N is not Blackwood if:
- raising NT (then, 4N is invitational)
- 1M-2lower-3m-4N is invit (but 1(-2(-3(-4N is RKC for ()
- over 3N, a slamtry (e.g. 4(/() is not accepted; here 4N is to play
- 1(-3N-4M[forcing]-4N is minimum no fit.
Interference over 4N Blackwood:
(X): XX = to play, Pass = 0/3 [even if ( trumps], 5( = 1/4, 5( = 2 no queen, etc...
(5y): X = 0 keycards or 1 with a bad hand, Pass = 1/4, step-1 = 2, step-2 = 3
Agreements over Opening bids
1( Opening
Responses
1( = 0-6 any, 16+ no major, or 7-10 with minor(s)
1(/( = 4+crds, 7+ HCP
2(/( = 5+crds, 10+ HCP (later 2N is NF)
2(/( = see jump-shift responses
3(/( = 9-11, good 6-crd suit
3(/( = 7-crds to 2 top honors, no side strength
Important sequences:
1(-1(-1(-2( = 9-11 5(-4(
1(-1(-1( = F1
1(-1(-2N = strong NT, does not deny 4(
1(-2m-2(-: 2N = NF, 3m = F
1(-3m-3M = strong club, 5+M
1(-1N/2(-2( = strong club, 4+(
1(-2m- : 2M = 4-crds, 2N = NF (may have 4-crd major!), 3m = F
1(-2N-3( = F
1(-2m-2y: 2N = NF, 3m = F
1(-1N-2y: M = denies 4333, 2N = max could be 4333, 3N = min 4333
1(-1N-2(-2N-3(-4(-4( = suggests contract
Splinters are made with minimum hands, 18-19, but also 16-17 if with a long club suit.
Fit-Reverse (Odwrotka) Continuations:
2( = weak (7-9/10) with 4-crds
2( = 4crds (with 5 we don't use the fit-reverse)
2N = asking (3m = 5-crds, 3oM = stiff in 4441)
2( = strong with 4-crds
2N = asking (3m = 4 crds)
2N = strong with 5+ crds
3( = asking (suit = 4-crds, rebidding M = 6 cards, 3N = (, 4-level cue = 5332
3M (raise) = asks shortness
3m = 10-12, 4M-5m
3( = weak 5-crder
3( = weak 6-crder
3N = 10-12 5332
4y = splinter, 7-9 HCP, 5+crd major
Magister - special sequences
After 1(-1(-1(-2(:
2( = could be 5( and side 4-crd suit (strong club)
2( = asking (2(/2N/3( = minimum, 3( = 5(-4(, 3( = 5(-4(, 3N = 5( 21-22)
2N = could be 18 with 4(
3( = 5(, 14+ HCP
3( = 5(, strong club
3( = 3-suiter short hearts, strong club
3( = 6-crd, or very good 5
3N = 5(, 18-20
2( rebid by opener
1(-1M-2(-2( = artificial ask, or weak with 6(. Opener bids naturally, and can sign-off in 2M with a doubleton even. Responder's rebids of 2M and 3( are NF, but all others are forcing.
1( Opening
1(-1(-1(-
2( = fourth-suit
2( = 5( 12-13
2( = 5( 14+
2N/3N = natural (if no club stopper, than at least have 3)
1(-1M-
3M = invite (relay asks shortness)
4( = 5422 16-18
4M = distributional weak
1(-1(-2(/(
2( = F1 (5( 11 HCP, or natural 4+( [3( rebid is NF], or all-purpose waiting)
1(-2( = 5+(, GF
2( = 5(, can have 4( if minimum
2( = reverse, could be 4441 (over 2(/2N, 3( = 4441, 4( = 1444 15+)
2( = reverse
2N = 12-14
3( = 15(14)+ with 3+ clubs
3M = splinter, 12-17
3N = 4441 12-14 (responder sets suit with xfer, 4( sets (, 4( sets (, 4( sets (, 4( is RKC for (
1(-2( = inverted, 4+(, 10+ HCP, even by passed hand (but not in comp)
Opener bids seminaturally, but 2N and 3( are NF. 2N by responder is always forcing.
2(/( = 4-cards (or 3 with 5()
2N = forcing
3( = 3-suiter or 5431 with 3( (3( asks: 3M 3-suiter, 3N = 3( in 5431)
3( = 6-cards
3M = 5422
3oM = 3-carder, stiff club
3N = 4432 or 5332
2N = 4333
3( = 4 cards
3( = 5332 minimum
3M = splinter
3N = 5332 max, both majors stopped
1(-3( = preemptive (4-7 NV, 6-9 V)
1(/( Opening
2( and 2( responses are 5+ cards, 2( could be waiting. 2( over 1( can be a bit weak.
The jump-raise is invitational (1(-3(), so a 2/1 then a raise is forcing. The 2N response is a GF raise without a good side suit.
1(-2(-3( = 5-4, extras, F
1(-2(-3( = 4-crds or Hxx
1(-2(-3( = NF, exactly 3( (with a GF ( raise, one can raise to game (average hand), bid 2N (15-18), splinter (a few extras), or 3m then 4( (3(-4m))
1(-2m-4m = weak (11-13), 5-5
1(-2(-4m = 6-5 natural, slammish
1M-1N-2M-2(/3m = concentration, invit to 4M or 3N
1(-1N-2(-3( = nat invit
1M-3N = 8-11 4+ crd fit (opener bids shortness if slamtry)
1N Opening
Responses
2( = Stayman or invite to 3N
2(/(/(/N = transfer
3(/(/(/( = 5431 convention
4( = 5-5 majors (4( shows good fit)
4(/( = Texas
1N-2(-
2( = no major
2( = 4(, weak unbalanced (opener assumes (/(, but responder can remove ( to a minor with canape)
2( = relay
2N = no 5-crder (3( asks: 3(/N = 4(/(-333, 3M = tripleton in 4432)
3( = 5( (3( asks for doubleton)
3(/(/( = 5(, doubleton (/(/(
3N = 5-4 minors
3m = 5+m, invit
3M = stiff, 4oM, 5m
2( = 4(, maybe 4(
2( = 4( invite
2N = invite to game
3( = relay (3( = 4([3( asks for tripleton], 3( = 4333, 3(/N = 4(/()
3( = invite, 5(-4(
2( = 4(, not 4(
2N = invite, maybe not 4(
3( = relay (3( = 4([3( asks tripleton ((=(, N=()], 3( = 4(-3(, 3( = 4333, 3N = 4(-3()
4( is the end-signal - even over a partial or asking-sequence. It demands 4(.
Principles for agreeing a suit
- a non-relays set the suits from longest to shortest
- in the case of equal length, the order of priority is (/(/(/(
One can set the suit:
- after finding complete distribution
- after only some distribution is revealed; the cheapest step, the higher asks for distribution
Agreeing the suit before 4( encourages cue-bids, which opener with a minimum should not give.
Setting the suit after 4( is RKC for that suit.
After setting the suit, 3N by opener shows weak trumps if a major is agreed, or a general negative if a minor agreed.
4N asks for aces and the queen of trumps.
2(/( Transfers
Superaccepts available:
- 2N = maximum, great fit, NT values (re-transfers)
- 3M = maximum, great fit, suit-values (cue = shortness, 3N = slammish no shortness)
- NS = maximum, great fit, working doubleton
Rebids by responder after transfer-acceptance:
- 3( = GF (2N could have a side suit)
- 3( = concentration
2(/N Transfers (to (/()
Bidding partner's suit is the negative. The pre-accept is the positive. Later new suits by responder are shortness.
5-4-3-1 Convention
1N
3( = 5( singleton (
3( = sets (
3M = cheapest M
3N = to play
3( = singleton (, 5-4+ minors
3( = 4 v. good (
3N = to play
4m = sets suit
4( = double-fit, slammish
4N = double-fit, not encouraging
2( Opening
Responses
3(/3(/4(/4( = "waterproof" suit, 6+ cards, no side strength
2( = 0-2 controls
others = 3+ controls
2(-2(
2N = forcing
3( = Tuszynski Baron
3( = 4(, not 4( (3M = 4 cards, 4( = 5 cards)
3( = 4(, not 4( (3(/4( = 4 cards, 4( = sets ( artificial)
3( = 4(, no red suit (4( = 4 cards, 4red = cue for ()
3N = 4(
3(/( = transfer
3( = 5-4 minors
4(/( = natural!
3( = natural
3( = waiting, staymanic
3( = natural, no major
3(/( = 5(-4M
3N = solid minor
4( = asks minor (4( = (, else = cue with ( with RKC available)
2( Opening
Interesting responses:
3( = nat invite
3( = p/c preemptive
4( = asks xfer to major
After 2N asking for suits, 3M and 4m are both forcing.
2(/( Openings
Responses:
2N = asks feature (rebid M = min, 3N = solid, new suit = value with max)
new suit = natural forcing, shortness in the opened suit
2N Opening
3( = asks (3/4( = 2/3 (, 3N/4( = 2/3(, 4m = 6-crder)
4m = preemptive if NV, invite if Vul
3N Opening
4( asks shortness (4M = shortness, 4N = other minor short)
4(/( Openings
relay = general slamtry (cue = extras)
new suit = cue
4N = asks for side ace
Interference
We don't absolutely prefer to show a 4-crd major over 6-crd minor. Even with a weak hand one can show the 6-crd minor and later try to show the major.
Doubles
Over a double of a non-1( opener
A new suit at the 1-level is forcing. A new suit at the 2-level is non-forcing, although it normally shows tolerance for partner's suit. A jump-shift shows a good 6+ card suit with 9-11 HCP. Double jump-shifts are splinters. The redouble shows a balanced 10-11, or 12+ with a suit or fit for partner (later jump-support partner). If the enemy over our redouble jumps, then a balancing double is take-out. 1N and 2N are natural over 1m, but 2N is invitational over 1M (4-card support)
Fourth-seat double
1(-(P)-1(-(X); ? : 3( can be weaker than in an uncontested auction. XX shows any 14+ HCP.
Over a double of a 1( opener
Pass = negative, says nothing about clubs
1( = natural, NF
1(/( = natural, forcing, could be weaker than without the double
2( = natural, NF
2(/(/( = 9-11 good suit
3-level = preemptive
Over a double of a 1N opener
If the double is a 2-suiter, or other non-power bid, we ignore it.
If the double is penalty (even after a 1N overcall)
XX = (, or 2-suiter without (
2( = 2-suiter with (
2(/(/( = natural
Over a double of Wilkosz 2(
Pass = p/c
XX = good ( and strong hand, penalty
others = as if no X
Over a double of a preempt
new suit = lead-directing raise
XX = head-hunting
Suit Overcalls
Double is negative up to 4( and denies a fit for partner's opening major. A new suit is forcing at the 1- and 3-levels, but NF at the 2-level. The jump-raise is invitational, not preemptive as over a X or in response to an overcall. A cue-bid is a GF raise of a 1M opening, but a stopper-ask opposite a 1m opening.
Over a fourth-seat overcall up to 2(, opener's X shows extras with 3-crd support for partner. This changes for a 1( opener. His X of 2( is a stolen fit-reverse, and X of 2( is either support or some strong club.
The double of 1( shows both majors (could have 5(). The double of 1( denies spades. The double of 1( shows 4(.
Doubling and then bidding a new suit is 5+ cards, F1, unless it is 3m, in which case it is NF.
1(-(2()-X-2(-? : 2N = both minors, 3m = NF
Over a 1N overcall of our 1m, 2( shows both majors.
Over an overcall of our 2- and 3-level preempts, double is optional. Over Wilkosz, a double of 2M is p/c, and a double of 3m is penalty.
Over 1(:
1(-(2()-X-2( = 3+ cards, denies 4(, could have 4(
1(-(2()-X-2(/(-2(/( = 4-cards, NF
1(-(2()-
X = points (later new suit is forcing)
Pass, then double = take-out for other major
Pass, then a minor = NF
Pass, then 2N = minors, 5+(, 3+(
suit = nonforcing at 2-level, forcing at 3-level
Overcalls of our 1N opening
2(/( showing the majors: X = points, 2M = GF
2( natural: X = stayman, others transfers
2(/(/( nat or art: X = takeout with 2+ cards in the suit and 7+ HCP, 2N = Lebensohl (after 3(, 3oM = invit, cue = stayman, 3N = good minor without stopper), cue = shortness without the other major
After 1N-(P)-P-(bid), X's are takeout by both sides.
2-suited overcalls
Vs. Michaels cue-bid
Pass = weak or head-hunting
cue = forcing with fit
2N = invitational with fit
raise = preemptive
3-level suit = forcing
JS = splinter
3N = 4M raise with at least 1 defensive trick
Vs. Unusual 2N
3(/( = (/( invitational or better
3(/( = nonforcing
Reopening by Opener
2N shows a weak 5-5 2-suiter unsuitable for a reopening double (e.g. 1(-(2()-P-(P); 2N = 5(-5m weak)
Defensive Bidding
A 1-level overcall shows 6-16 HCP. In response, a new suit at the 1- and 2-levels is NF. A new suit at the 3-level is forcing. Jump-raise is preemptive. If both opponents bid, a jump in the fourth suit is fit-showing. 2( is fit-Drury (rebidding the major is weak, other bids are searching).
In response to a take-out double, X's are take-out further (except over (1()-X-(1()-X... penalty). If the enemy XX's, a 1- or 2-level bid is to play. Pass shows a 2-suiter or similar (p/c bids).
1N overcall is 15-18, systems on.
2-level overcalls are solid. A 2( response to a 2( overcall is staymanic or natural.
Jump-overcalls are preemptive not vulnerable, and intermediate (13-15) vulnerable. In response to a weak jump overcall, it is just like if opened. In response to an intermediate overcall, 2N is natural, a new suit is forcing natural or fit-showing.
(1()-2( = Wilkosz 7-11 HCP, as opening. (1()-2( = 2-suiter with spades. Michaels over a major. A jump-cue asks for a stopper or shows a slammish 1-suiter. A cue of a weak 2 opening is Michaels.
Vs a 14+ HCP NT, in direct seat X = 5m-4M, 2( = any one-suiter, 2( = majors, 2M = 5M-4m. In the reopening position, 2( = weak 2-suiter without clubs, X = any 10+ HCP 2-suiter.
Vs a weak NT, in direct seat transfer overcalls. A double of Stayman is takeout. 2N in both seats shows a 2-suiter with at least 1 major and game interest (3-bids are p/c, 4( asks to xfer to major, 4( asks for major, 3N asks as over a 2( opening). Double is optional with 13+ HCP. In balancing seat, 2( = weak 2-suiter without clubs, others natural.
Over a weak two opening, 2N = 15-18, stayman and xfers. 4m = 6m-4oM. Lebensohl over a X. Balancing 2N is 14-16.
Over a Precision 2( opening, in response to a double, 2( is the negative.
In the balancing seat, Drury is off (cue-bid instead). Jump-shifts are intermediate. 1N is 11-14(15) (responses: 2( asking. [2( 11-12, cue = 13-14 no stopper, 2M = 13-14 natural, 2N = 13-14 stopper). X then NT is 15-18. 2N is 19-21.
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