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Polish Club in Competition

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Posted 2010-May-18, 17:38

Your agreements amount to "WJ05".

1-1-(X)-1 shows

a. 12+ with 4+ spades
b. 18+ with 5+ spades
c. other?
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Posted 2010-May-20, 07:45

As I understand WJ05 you should pass with 12-14, showing 0-3 cards in by implication, since in my opinion the weak variant of 1 in WJ05 denies 4 or more cards in .
Opener's pass is strictly strength denying not showing tolerance for a contract.
If LHO passes, partner can SOS RDBL if he wants opener to improve the contract.

1 in second position should deny the weak variant, but does not show necessarily 18+. Opener could also have 4 cards in with longer and 15-17

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