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The Revoke Penalty - By
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B. YES - Transfer 1 trick and check answer to question D
C. YES - Transfer 1 trick and check answer to question D
D. YES - If answer to this question is YES, transfer one
Exception: Very occasionally the transfer of tricks does not
sufficiently compensate the non-offenders.
Do you know your partnership agreements? Here are some questions focusing on commonly misunderstood areas of bidding. Note We are not giving suggestions!
1. Can you open 1NT with a 5 card major?
2. Can you open 1NT with a small doubleton?
3. How do you sign off in clubs if partner opens 1NT and you have:
4. How many points does responder have when the bidding goes
5. If your partner opens 1NT and is doubled, what does it mean if you bid 2C?
Is 3C forcing or invitational to 3NT/5C?
7. The bidding starts:
Is 3H forcing or invitational to 3NT/4H?
8. The bidding starts:
Is 3S forcing or invitational to 3NT/3S?
9. The bidding starts:
Is 2NT forcing or invitational to 3NT or 4S/4H?
10. If you respond 2D to partner's 1S bid, do you promise another bid?
11. In third seat, what is the weakest hand you will open?
12. In third seat, will you open a weak 2 bid with a 5 card suit?
13. If you use strong 2C bids, how does the responder show a really bad hand?
14. How do you answer Blackwood if you have a void suit?
15. What does your 1NT bid show when a 1H bid is passed around to you?