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By Marshall Miles

During this e-book, written for severe match gamers, Miles addresses the the complicated area of aggressive bidding tools. Miles discusses present considering, and recommends tools so that it will stay playable as bridge enters the twenty first century. This e-book will entice extra severe readers yet could be loved completely via the advancing participant.

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Only when the opponents open at the two-level, usually as a preempt, will you even be tempted to overcall with a four-card major above the one-level. Consequently, after WEST 1♠ NORTH 2♥ EAST SOUTH 2♠ ? you should make a cuebid double with: ♠ 87 ♥ Q 10 ♠ 92 ♥ AK8754 ♦ AQ754 ♣ K876 Partner, with ♦ KJ6 ♣ Q5 would definitely pass a simple raise to 3♥ but would bid a game over your double. Incidentally, I understand that cuebid doubles are popular in England. Showing Your Own Suit As has been mentioned several times already, when partner overcalls, he is not inviting you to introduce a suit of your own, but sometimes you do have a suit worth showing.

Likewise, when the opponents open a strong 2♣ and partner overcalls a suit (natural), it is unlikely that you belong in 3NT, so 2NT again becomes a cuebid, showing a strong raise of partner’s suit. The Cuebid Double What call would you make here? WEST NORTH EAST SOUTH 1♥ 1♠ 2♥ ? ♠ Q98 ♥ J6 ♦ A872 ♣ A942 Without the raise on your right, you would have cuebid 2♥ since you have a good three-card raise to 2♠. A 3♠ bid would be preemptive. So what do you do? You could bid 2♠, the same bid you would make with ♠ Q98 ♥ J6 ♦ K872 ♣ 9842 or you could bid 3♥ and give up on distinguishing between three- and four-card raises.

Partner shows an invitational hand in one of the majors, and no matter which major he has, you want to accept. So you should bid 3NT (not 4♦, which would be both a splinter and a slam try). 5. Some players who make a Michaels bid on extremely weak hands would consider this enough to accept, whichever major partner has. Despite the point count, I don’t like the singleton ace, two quick losers in the opponents’ suit and bad spades. So I don’t think the hand is quite strong enough to force to game in both spades and hearts.

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