Some articles on bid, bids, opening bid, opening, opening bids:
... False preference A return to partner's first-bid suit despite a longer holding in the second suit ... to give partner an opportunity for another bid ... Fast arrival A style of bidding under which the fewer bids used to reach a contract (usually said of game contracts), the weaker the bidder's hand ...
... Raise A bid of partner's suit at a higher level ... A higher-ranked suit may be bid at the same level as a lower-ranked suit the reverse is not true ... Rebid 1) Second and subsequent bids by the same player ...
... Both partners must agree to follow the 5-card major bidding treatment on their opening bid ... With only four cards in a major suit, the opening bidder is expected to open one in the best minor suit (which may show as few as two cards in the minor suit bid) ... After the opening bid, the 5-card limitation is no longer in effect and any other bid typically promises only four cards as before ...
... Opening bids PASS and 1♣ While the "opening bid" PASS is forcing one round, it does not promise a very strong hand ... any major-suit fit, if appropriate, he can quickly pre-empt with a minor-suit bid ... Opening bid 1♦ is used on all weak hands, 0-7hcp ...
Famous quotes containing the words bid and/or opening:
“It seems that I must bid the Muse to pack,
Choose Plato and Plotinus for a friend
Until imagination, ear and eye,
Can be content with argument and deal
In abstract things; or be derided by
A sort of battered kettle at the heel.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“If you do! She was opening the door wider.
Where do you mean to go? First tell me that.
Ill follow and bring you back by force. I will!”
—Robert Frost (18741963)