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Frequently bypass 4+ diamonds question

#21 User is offline   gwnn 

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Posted 2018-January-23, 12:22

You can make it as easy as you like :) you can just play that acceptance shows 3 cards and then a 2C relay asks (2D=12-14 balanced, etc). The rest can be as before! Except don't check back because I won't have 3.

You can play 1S as diamonds or 5-7/11+ balanced, with 1N/2D being 8-10 balanced/diamonds. 1C-1S; 1N-2M is GF, 3+ cards (possibly looking for a stop in theother major).

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Posted 2018-January-23, 14:38

View Postgwnn, on 2018-January-23, 12:22, said:

You can make it as easy as you like :) you can just play that acceptance shows 3 cards and then a 2C relay asks (2D=12-14 balanced, etc). The rest can be as before! Except don't check back because I won't have 3.

You can play 1S as diamonds or 5-7/11+ balanced, with 1N/2D being 8-10 balanced/diamonds. 1C-1S; 1N-2M is GF, 3+ cards (possibly looking for a stop in theother major).

Done!!

Thks gwnn - Sounds rel straightforward when you put it like that, guess you just have to get going with it.
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