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Same Hand Different Auction 5


Same Hand Different Auction 5

One of the first things new players learn is how to count points. An ace is four, king is three, etc... But as experienced players, we know that those points aren't really accurate. Is a doubleton queen really worth two points? What if your left hand opponent has preempted in that suit?

As an auction develops, your hand can grow or decrease in value. See if you are properly evaluating what your hand is worth based on the auction rather than first impressions.

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Both vulnerable, you hold:

 

♠ 2  
♥ AQ104  
♦ AKJ87  
♣ A32.
 

You open 1♠ and partner responds 1♠.
Now what?

Choose One:

1NT

2♠

2♠

2♠

2NT

3♠

3NT

Other

Vulnerable against not, you hold:

♠ 2  
♥ AQ104  
♦ AKJ87  
♣ A32.
 

You open 1♠ and partner responds 1♠
Now what?

Choose One:

2♠

2NT

3♠

3♠

3♠

4♠

Other

At favorable vulnerability, you hold:

♠ 2  
♥ AQ104  
♦ AKJ87  
♣ A32.
 

Partner, a known aggressive preempter, opens 3♠.
Now what?

Choose One:

Pass

3NT

4♠

4♠

4NT

other

Vulnerable against not, you hold:

♠ 2  
♥ AQ104  
♦ AKJ87  
♣ A32.
 

RHO opens 3♠ 
Now what?

Choose One:

Pass

Double

3♠

3♠

3NT

Other

Vulnerable against not, you hold (for the last time):

♠ 2  
♥ AQ104  
♦ AKJ87  
♣ A32.
 

Partner opens 2♠.
Now what?

Choose One:

Pass

4♠

4♠

4NT

6♠

Other