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Many bids are forcing or invitational. Many others are meant as "this is the end of the auction," but the partner bids again. This can happen on an auction such as:

WestNorthEastSouth
 1♠  Pass  1♠  Pass
 3NT  Pass  ??  

The 3NT bidder is showing something like:

♠ Q  
♥ KQ  
♦ AKQ7654  
♣ K32.
 

He shows good long diamonds, stoppers, and a desire to play in 3NT. Must East Pass? No. What if East has a big hand himself? Maybe East has:

♠ AKJ7  
♥ A32  
♦ J105  
♣ A76.

Certainly, knowing what he knows about opener's hand he should bid again (probably 7NT).

In this quiz, you will see 4 auctions for each problem. Your job is to identify the one (there will be only one) which is 100% "end of auction." In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that "end of auction" bid can ever bid again.


 

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    3♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    3♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    4♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    2NT        3NT

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    5♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    2♠         2♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    3♠         3♠
    3NT

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    2♠         3♠
    4♠

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:

Opener   Responder
    2♠        3♠

Opener   Responder
    2♠         2NT
    3♠        

Opener   Responder
    2♠         2♠
    3♠       

Opener   Responder
    2♠         2NT
    3♠         3NT

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    4♠        

Opener   Responder
    2♠         3NT
            

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    1NT        3♠

Opener   Responder
    1♠         1♠
    2♠         2♠
    3♠

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:

Opener   Responder
   1♠            1♠   
   1NT           2♠

Opener   Responder
   1♠            1♠  
   1NT           2♠

Opener   Responder
   1♠            1♠  
   2♠           2♠

Opener   Responder
   1♠           1♠
   3♠            3♠

Which one of these "final bids" really has to be the final bid. In other words, it is inconceivable that the partner of that final shown bid can take another call other than pass.

Choose One:
Opener Responder
1♠ 2NT* 
4♠  
   

 

*Jacoby 2NT Promising game forcing values and 4-card support

Opener Responder
1♠ 2NT* 
4NT  5♠
 5♠  

*Jacoby 2NT Promising game forcing values and 4-card support

Opener Responder
1♠ 2♠
2NT  4♠
   

 

Opener Responder
1♠ 3♠
4NT  5♠