Multi Bridgemanifold bridge
Even though it' s actually a dark tan label conventions (as no long suits are known at first), the World Bridge Federation was convinced by its widespread acceptance and defensive measures to allow its use in lower rated events. 22? Similar to the above, but as the only meaning: Frequently, the conventions are only performed with one of the powerful choices, i.e. a three-way offer.
So long as at least one powerful alternative is available, the opening of multi 2? is a mandatory offer. Recently, a tendency has been observed to playing a "hearts only multi" where the faint 2 is always the heart. "Piks only multi" probably does exist. In the first answer, the player who opened the opening has a faint two in two.
A further beloved innovative feature is the "mini multi", which does not contain a powerful optional feature. Actually, this variation is less legitimate (i.e. less legitimate in fewer tournaments) than the conventional multi. This is because the equivocation within a multi-opening is a double-edged blade - it can cause more trouble for the couple it uses than for its enemies (typically when the multi-opener has a powerful arm and his opponent has backup for both majors).
There is no longer any likelihood of this when using the multi-series. Reaction to the Multi: If the enemy makes a pass with his LHD, the Multi Opener's mate will be compelled to bet. 222?: This is a pass or proper offer that usually 2222?: This is a pass or proper offer that usually shows a hands without heart assistance 2222?: This is a pass or proper offer that usually 22222?: This is a pass or proper offer that usually shows a hands without heart assistance (two or less cards) and no interest in the play.
2?: This is also a pass or proper precept that shows no spade assistance 22?: This is also a pass or proper precept that shows no spade assistance, but at least three cards guaranteed for heart. These bidding procedures expand the principles of the preceding two and show increasingly greater endorsement for large companies. 33?, for example, would display three cardholders for spade and four cards (or longer) for heart.
All couples do not allow these higher-level answers to the multi because they can cause trouble if the opening has one of the powerful manual variations. Force, ask NC to clear his wrist. If the opening player is interested in betting on the base of the power of the high point instead of having a good seat, this commandment is used with more powerful cards than the above.
Special offer by the responders if the RH adversary doubles: 2 -COPY14 - Y - ? Passport = Offer your colour, no preferences. XXX = offer your color, powerful, this is our palm, we are playing it or they are playing it twice. 2-? = playing if faint two in , good assistance for , passport or fix ?.
#2? = to gamble if faint two in , good assistance for , passed or corrected, weak to ?. Force, ask NC to clear his hands. Equipped with model (1): 2/3/444?: existence or bidding of the appropriate tier; 2/3?at: existence or bidding of the appropriate tier; ?at: existence or bidding of the appropriate tier; 2NT: existence or bidding of several response systems:
Diagram 1: Offer 3 to show heart, top class or class 4 heart with racquets; 3 to show spade, top class or class 4 heart with diamond; 3 to show class 16 or 3 to show class 11 heart with diamond. As an alternative, the 4-hand model can be shown at the 4-hand model and the 2-hand model at the 3NT model; it will not be usual to have a powerful break contact versus a 2NT model.
Diagram 2, first variation (not possible to play if 4 hand types are possible): Commandment 3 to display heart, lower section; Commandment 3 to display peak, lower section; Commandment 3 to display top section or 3 to display top section. Schematic 3, second variant: Commandment 3 or 3 as in the first version; Commandment 3 for the representation of Peak, top reach; Commandment 3 for the representation of hearts, top reach.
Diagram 4 (PLauken), second variant: Commandment 3 to show the top reach, unidentified wetsuit; Commandment 3 to show the heart, bottom reach; Commandment 3 to show the spade, bottom reach. Equipped with model (2): All other refunds are of category (3) and should be stated on the club's club membership cards. The Multi has several favorite defense measures.
Doubles shows a balance with 13-15 HCP or any one with 19+ HCP, with the reach resolved by following a betting process (the palm usually goes through when it has the lower bandwidth, or again offers with the higher). The 2NT shows 16-18 HCP and a perfectly proportioned wrist. Others commandments are generally powerful (16+ HCP) according to the principal that if the opponent's commandment is feeble, our commandment should be powerful.
Generally, when arguing against a multi, one should expect the multi-bidder to have one of the poor choices for his offer, as they are much more common than the tough ones. It' also important to be aggressive in the first round of betting after the multi has opened before the opener's opponent knows what kind of hands he has.