Notrump Responses and Opener's Rebid
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Webinars are 1hr in duration with possible 30m Q&A. All times are 2PM Eastern.
Oct 24 - 1-minor - 1NT Auctions - A 1NT response to a 1-minor opening bid has a very specific meaning. After this bid Opener needs a way to describe a variety of hands -- 1-suited and 2-suited, minimum, medium, and strong in values! It is an important auction for us to know all our options. Recorded Webinar
Oct 31 - 1-minor - 2NT Auctions - When we respond 2NT to a 1-minor opening bid we have described our hand extremely well. Partner knows a lot about our shape and values, but they do not know about the location of our honors. We need ways to make corrective bids, stopping in the best part-score, as well as GF bids that help us find the best game to play. Recorded Webinar
Nov 7 - 1-minor - 3NT Auctions - When we jump to 3NT we are offering a game to play. But we also describe our hand extremely well. After this descriptive bid Opener can make a move towards slam or work to improve the game we want to play. Recorded Webinar
Nov 15 (Tuesday) 1-Major - 1NT Semi-Forcing - The most common responses to a Major suit opening are a raise or a 1NT bid. This 1NT bid (Semi-Forcing) has lots of possible shapes and strengths. Opener needs to describe their hand after this 1NT response so that Responder can finally make a good description of their hand. Recorded Webinar
Nov 21 - 1-Major - 3NT - Auctions Over 1-Major opening a 3NT response shows our shape and strength entirely. We have some follow-up auctions that choose to play different games, but we also need ways to explore slam auctions in NT, Majors, or even Minors. Here we look at the meaning of 3NT and the follow-up bidding. Recorded Webinar
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