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Overview of openings

(when partner is not a passed hand)

Pass 0-7(12)/17+
1 12-16* any unbal, 15-17 BAL
1 8-11 BAL* or 4M and 5+m or 5-5 ms
1 8-11, 5+
1NT 12-14 BAL
2 8-11, 5+, unbal, not 4
2 8-11, 5+, unbal, not 4
2 8-11 5+ 5+
2 (0)3-8, (5) 6+
2NT Tok-Johan’s weak 2N. 9-11 (semi)bal no 4-card Major. This bid is optional to use, use with care!
3 Preempt
3NT Preemt in or
4 SAT
4 To play
4NT Ask for specific Aces

Any hand bidding an 8-11-bid is assumed to have atleast 1 control. Without 1 control, the hand should be treated as 0-7, which is really 0-7(12).
Any hand bidding 1 to show 12-16 must have atleast 2 controls.
Among BAL hands are treated 5332-hands with a 5-card minor, but not those with a 5-card major. With 22(45) you may chose freely to treat it as BAL or unBAL.
After a 1-opening, 4441-hands are also treated as BAL.

Rules for zooming and control asking

Hand that has shown
0-7 Zoom with 2+ controls
8+ Zoom with 3+ controls
12+ Zoom with 4+ controls
Responding to the control ask, the first step is
0-7 0-1 controls
8+ 1 or 2 controls
12+ 2 or 3 controls

Rosenkranz

After 1M – 2M and analogous sequences, Rosenkranz trial bids are used.

1M - 2M;
Relay A short suit
2N Positive INV with spades
3 Positive INV
3M Preemptive

After opener’s relay-bid, responder may ask for opener’s singelton by relaying. Singeltons are shown from below, i.e. 1 step shows short etc.

1N module

Usage

The 1N-system is used in all situations were 1N is the first bid that shows anything about our side’s suit distribution. It’s also used when we overcall with 1N.

Responses

2 Asking for majors
  1. GF+ with a 4-card major, also with longer minor and with 5-4+
  2. Fairly balanced slam interested hands (also 5332 with 5)
  3. GF+ hands with 5
  4. GF+ hands with at least 5-4 .
2 Transfer for , or weak with
  1. Weak with 5+
  2. Hands with 5 that will rebid 2N/3N
  3. GF+ hands with 6+ and a shortage
  4. GF+ twosuited hands with 5+ and minor
2 Transfer for , inv+
  1. Weakish inv hands with 5+
  2. Hands with 5 that will rebid 2N/3N
  3. GF+ hands with 6+ and a shortage
  4. GF+ twosuited hands with 5+ and minor
2 4+
  1. To play 3
  2. GF+ with 6+ and shortage
  3. Slam interest with at least 5-4. (5-4 may also start 2)
2N Invitational

May have 4-card major. Opener bid 3 asks for major

3 6+
  1. To play 3
  2. GF+ with 6+ and shortage
3 6+, Inv
3 6+, Inv
3N To play
4 Transfer to
4 To play
4N Inv

The 2 asking bid

1N - 2;
2 No 4-card
2 4-card (Bid 2 with both }
Responder’s rebids after opener’s reply to 2C
2 over 2 is invitational with 5-4 . Nat continuation TL version
2 over 2 is to play with 5-4 . SH version
2 over 2, is FG with 4+. Nat continuation
2N GF+. Asks opener to bid 4+ suits. Usually a strong balanced hand.
3 New suit is natural FG. 3 may be 4-card suit if balanced slam interest. 3 always 5-card suit.
3 Raising opener’s major is forcing, slam interest without a shortage.
3/4/4 Jumping in a new suit over 2 is splinter
3N To play. Doesn’t promise over 2.

The 2-response

Opener will usually bid 2, but may super accept with 2. If opener bids 3 that is super accept with a good 3-suited hand showing the shortage.

1N – 2; 2
2 To play
2N Inv with 5
3 FG, 6+ no shortage
3 Nat, at least 5-4 FG.
When showing a minor suit responder must have a genuine interest in bypassing 3N.
3N Chose between 3N/4.
This is the normal bid with a 5431-distribution with 4-card major, so opener will only very rarely prefer 3N with 3-sup.
3/4 Splinter with 6+.

The 2 transfer

Opener assumes responder has a weak invitational hand with 5 . You are allowed to accept without support, but it’s usually not done.

1NT - 2;
2 No accept of inv.
3 Invitational with 5-5
2N Accept of invitation (usually with spades support)
3 44(41), shortage in bid suit

The other rebids by responder are as after transfer for .

The 2-response

Opener assumes responder has an invitational hand with and bids 2N with accept and 3 without accept of invitation.

Reponder’s rebids
Pass/3 Weak hand, To play
3 Both .
3 Splinterbid with 6+
3N To play over 2N, slam interest without shortage after 3
4 6+, no shortage
4 6+, short
1N – 2; 2N/3 – 3
3 Best major, asks for 5-card
3N Suggestion to play
4 4+sup, good hand

After 3/3N responder bids 5+ or a short with 5-5 .

The 3 transfer

1N – 3; 3
3 Splinter
3N No shortage, slam invitational
4 Splinter
4 No shortage, stronger than 3N

Sequences that might be difficult to memorise

Check that you remember these sequences:

1N – 2; 2N/3 – 3
1N – 2; 2 – 3
1N – 2/3; 2N/33N
1N – 2; 2N/3 – 3; 3
1N – 2; 2 – 3

2N-module

The 2N-module is used after natural 2N-overcall. (2x) – 2N. 1 – (2x) – 2N and similar.

Responses

3 Stayman
3/ Transfer
3 ART with (semi)BAL hand and slam interest.
3N To play
4 FG with 5+ and 4+ other
4 To play
4N INV to 6N
5N INV to 7N

Continuation after 3 Stayman

2N - 3
3 without 4-card
3 4-card
3N 4-card in both .
After opener’s 3//
4 NAT with slam interest and 6+suit
4oM ART slam INV agreeing opener’s suit.
3 after 3 is natural.
After 3N showing both majors,
4 Trasnfer to
4 Transfer to
4 Forcing with 6+ (Perhaps jumping to 6 is less risky than giving partner the chance to misbid and pass 4.)

Continuation after completed transfer

Opener bids the relay after which 4 is natural FG, at least 4-card suit.
With both responder must start with 3, because bid in the other major is ART with 6+ suit and slam interest.

The 3-response

This bid is made with a relatively balanced hand, usually 4432/4333/4441 and asks opener to show a 5-card suit or bid 3N without one. If opener shows a suit 4N is to play (doubleton in opener’s suit) 4 new is quebid and bids on the 5-level is response to an imagined ace asking bid.

After opener’s more usual 3N, suits are shown from below. 4N is bid if you run out of new suits to bid. If a fit is found, the number of aces are immediately shown at the 5-level.

3N-module

The 3N-module is used after natural 3N-overcalls.

4 Starts suit-showing from below,
4N is used if we run out of suits.
4 Puppet to 4.
To play game in a long suit held by responder. If followed by 4N = 5-5 in .
4 Slam interest, F1 (4NT is NAT)
4NT NAT INV
5 Slam interest, NF

Stenberg module

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The 2NT-response to a 1-“opening”/overcall is a support showing constructive bid, used in various sequences for example:

12N
1 – 1; 2N
1 – 1; 12N
1 – (2x) – 2N
(1x) – 1 – (2x) – 2N
Pass – 1; 12N
but not after
(bid) – 2 – (P) – ? where 2N is NAT.


The continuation is as follows
3 Min. This is the normal bid vs an INV+hand.
3 Max, no singelton
3 Max, single
3 Max, single
3N Max, single oM
4 Max, void
4 Max, void
4 Max, void
2NT - 3; 3
3 Inv
3 Min
3 Splinter
3N To play
4 Splinter
4 Splinter
4 To play

Pass-opening

Respones

1 0-7/17+
1N 15-17 BAL
Other: as openings, 8-16
Preempts: Same requirements as in opening position.

Pass – 1
1 0-7.
1 20+ any unbal, 21+BAL
1 17-19, 4+ unbal, also with another longer suit.
1N 18-20
2 17-19, 5+, unbal not 4
After the 17-19 bids, a change of suit by responder is F1.
Pass – 1; 1 – 1; 1N
2 5+
2 No fit
2 3-SUP
2 Longer
2 Longer
2 Longer
3 5-5

After the strong 1-rebid

After the strong 1H-rebid responder may make another negative with 1S (0-4) or make a positive GF bid.

Pass - 1; 1
1 0-4 or GF bal
1N GF, 5+
2 GF, 5+
2 GF, 5+
2 GF, 5+
2 GF, 5-5
2N GF, 5-5
Natural continuations, new suits are forcing.
Pass – 1; 1
Pass 0-7
Other as after Pass – 1

After the double negative

Pass – 1; 1 – 1; 1
1N 21-23 bal
2 Any GF
2 Waiting
2N 26-27 bal
2 20-23, non forcing, 5+
2N 24-25 bal
3 20-23, non forcing, 5+
3N 28-29 bal

Opponents interfere after our pass

Normal defensive methods applies.
1N is about 16-18.
0-7-hand may raise, but new suits are 17+, FG.
0-7-hand may not start overcalling or T/O-double as long as partner has only been passing.

1-opening

12-16 any unbal, 15-17 BAL

Responses

Since 1 is a weak/strong relay, the hands with 4 and 5+ must be bid at the 2-level:

1 0-7(8)/FG
1 8-11, as opening
1N 8-11, (semi)bal/4441
2 8-11, 5+ unbal, not 4 or 5
2 8-11, 5+ unbal, not 4 or 5
2 8-11, 4 and 5+, including 4405, 0445, 0454 (hands with void or )
2 8-11, 4 and 5+, including 4450, 4045, 4054 (hands with void or )
2N 8-11, 5-5

After these bids however there is no relay, as the 1C-bidding seldom is strong enough to relay anyway. Continuation as described below.

The 1 response

1 - bidder will now make an “opening bid”. Se section Opener “opens” after responder’s 1D.

The 1 response

Basically the bidding follows as after a 1-opening in a natural system.

1 - 1
1 12-17, 4+
1NT 15-17BAL or any 12-14 without support. F1
2 5+suit, 14-16, F1
2 12-13, 6+
2 12-13, often 3-SUP
2N Stenberg
3 Minisplinter, around (13)14-16hcp
1 - 1; 3 show short spades.

Since 1N is F1, responder must rebid a 3-card with 5332 and minimum.

After 1-opener’s 2-over-1, opener with 10-11 should force to game.
Rebidding with 2M and raises are limited. Reverses, jumpbids and 2NT shows extras and is FG. Bidding a new suit on the 2-level below 2M is neutral.

Some sequences
1 – 1; 1 12-17, 4+ suit
1 – 1; 2 Min, 6+suit
1 – 1; 1 – [suitbid]; 2 INV, 6+suit
1 – 1; 1 – [suitbud]; 3 FG, 6+suit
1 – 1; 11N; 2 Checkback Stayman
1 – 1; 11N; 2 5+suit, Min
1 – 1; 11N; 2 5+suit, Min
1 – 1; 1 – 2 3+SUP, NF
1 – 1; 1N – 2 Neutral, 3+suit
1 – 1; 1N – 2; 2 Min, (5)6+suit
1 – 1; 1N – 2; 2N INV, 15-16 BAL
1 – 1; 1N – 2; 3N To play, 17 BAL
1 – 1; 1N – 2 ; 3 NF
1 – 1; 1N – 2 – 2 INV+, SUP (1N denies !)
1 – 1; 2 – 2 Neutral, 5+suit, F1
1 – 1; 2 – 2; 2N INV
1 – 1; 2 – 3 Max, 5-5, FG
1 – 1; 2 – 2; 2N – 3 Min 5-5, NF
1 – 1; 2 – 3 Min, 3+SUP
1 – 1; 22N FG, NAT, possibly SUP
1 – 1; 2 – 3 Splinterbid
1 – 1; 2 – 2 Min, 5+suit, no other bid
1 – 1; 2 – 3 Max, 6+, FG
1 – 1; 2 – 2; 2N INV
1 – 1; 2 – 2; 2N – 3 Min, 6+, NF

The 1N response

1N shows 8-11 and a balanced hand type. All 4441-hands respond 1N and so may 5422-hands, since responding with the space consuming 2 is undesirable, those hands may very well respond 1N with some strength in the short suits.

The 2 response

1 - 2
2 INV+, no 5-card .
2 4+
2 4
2N 6+, max
3 6+, min
2 INV+, 5+
2 INV+, 5+
2N NAT, INV
3 To play
3x INV, 6+suit

All responders bids are forcing to 3

The 2 response

Continuation is as after a 2-opening, but there is no relay.

1 - 2
2 INV+, 5+
2N INV
3 INV+ with support
3 To play
3 INV, long suit

The 2 response

8-11, 4 and 5+, or 3-suited with short or

1 - 2
Pass To play
2 NAT, 5+, constructive
2N INV+, asking for
3 NAT, min
3 Corresponding , max
3 P/C
3 P/C
3 INV
3 INV, long suit

The 2 response

8-11, 4 and longer (also 4045)

1 - 2
2N Relay, INV+. Asking for partner’s distribution.
3 min
3 6+
3 3
3 3+
3N 4252 (no extra suit lenghts)
3 INV+, -SUP
3 To play
3 INV, long suit
3 INV

The 2N response

8-11, 5-5 This bid is not mandatory, so bid 1 unless your suits are good. 3 over 2N is an artificial INV bid (asking 2N-bidder to bid 3} with min) The rest is natural.

Opener “opens” after responder’s 1

Opener’s rebids shows the same distributions as responses to 1. However, now relays applies, all other bids shows the 0-7-hand. (expect the upper half of the 0-7-range)

1 – 1; 1
3 Max, 4+SUP and shortage.
1 – 1; 1 – 3 Max 4+ and short spades.
2N Stenberg, Usually with 12-14 BAL minimum hand, but possibly invitational with 6-7hcp, probably 5-SUP, but no shortage.

The relay structure after the 2-level-rebids (Same as responses to 1) are as follows:

2 – 2
2 4+
R
2N 5-5
3 Hi Sh
etc
2 4
2N Hi Sh
etc
2 – 2
As 2-opening
2 – 2
2N 5+
3 3-suited hand
R
3 0445
3 0454
3N 4405
3 Hi Sh
etc
22N
3 3-suited
R
3 4045
3 4054
3N 4450
3 Hi Sh
etc
2N – 3
Normal long-legged 2-suite structure
Some other sequences after 2-level rebids
1 – 1; 22N and 1 – 1; 2 – 3 are primarilly max-raises with the weak hand, but could also be a minimum strong hand wishing to declare a probable 3N-contract. Opener will bid 3m on any hand not wishing to play game versus 6-7hcp-hand.
1 – 1; 2 – 3 is of course pass/correct.
1 – 1; 22N is the weak hand with . 3 is available as P/C

Opponents interfere over 1

Normal defensive methods applies after opponents overcalls except that jump shifts are FG with a long suit.
Responder’s overcalls are 8-11, (may be somewhat lighter for suit overcalls on 1-level)
Double

followed by new suit is FG
followed by 2NT is INV with 11-12.

Versus opponents 1NT, we play asptro.

1 - (dbl)
Pass 0-7
RD 12+
1 8-11, unbal 4 and 4+
2 4-7, 6+
1/1N/2 is as openings with 8-11.

Opponents interfer after 1 – 1

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Normal defensive methods. Responders overcalls shows the weak hand, strong hands must go via double.
Responder’s 2N over double of 2-levelbid is Lebensohl, opener never bids Lebensohl as responder can’t have an invitational hand, 2N is then scrambling.
Versus opponents 1NT, we play asptro

1-opening

8-11 BAL or 4 and 5+, or any 4441-hand

Responses

1 NAT, or strong
1 NAT, F1 (but passable vs 8-16-hand)
1N To play vs BAL hand, asks opener to bid 5+
2 5+, INV
2 To play, long suit.
2N NAT INV (3m is then NF)

The 1-continuation

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1 is either a strong hand wishing to go into relay, or a hand with 4+. Responder’s rebids of 1N and 2 are natural with a weak hand, otherwise the lowest bid is relay.

1  4, also with 4 if BAL
1N  BAL, not 4 (continuation below)
2  4, 5+, or 3-suited with 4				R
2  4, 5+			        R			BAL
2  4, BAL, not 4		        3-suit, Sh 		5+				R
2  5-5	R		R	3-suit, Sh 	R	3-suit Sh H		R	4C
2N		4		Hi Sh	Hi Sh	R	Hi sh	Hi Sh		R	Hi Sh	4D		R
3		3433	R	Eq Sh	Eq Sh	1444	Hi Sh	4441	Eq Sh		4144	Eq Sh	4333	R	4234
3		2443    2434	3451	3415	0445	4441	4450	4351		4045	4351	4423	4243	4324
3		3442    3424	2461	2416	0454	4450		4261		4054	4261	4432	4342
3				3460	3406				4360			4360
3N			        2470	2407				4270			4270
1 – 1; 1N

Balanced hand without 4-card

2 Checkback Stayman. (se 1S)
2 Relay, FG+
2 4+
Relay
2N 3334
3 2335
3 3235
3 3325
2 both
Relay
3 2344
3 3244
3 2245
3 2254
2N 3343
3 2353
3 3253
3 3352
3 2254
Other bid are to play

Continuation after the 1-response

1 - 1
1N NAT, no fit
2 Checkback Stayman, only forcing bid
2 any min
2 To play
3x Forcing
2 Max, nat
2N Max, no to bid.
Other: NAT, INV on 3-level
2 NAT, also 4oM
2 (over 1) This “impossible” bid a good raise to 2.
2 4-SUP
1 - 1; 2 - 2;
3 Marmic, short

If responder bids 1M and then 2M over 1N, that is weak and 5-suit.
When opener has shown an unBAL hand, 2M is 6+ and INV (a direct 2M of 1D was available)

After responder bids 1NT, following bids are avaliable for opener:

2 5+ minor 4c major. With a 6+ minor, this bid shows a min hand or a hand that has no interest in game, usually due to the quality of the minor. 2 6+ minor, 4c major. Shows max with a good 6+ minor. 2N shows both minors

Note that you don’t have to relay with a GF-hand and 4+M. It is also possible to bid naturally. After 1 – 1; 2: Other minor is fourth suit forcing.

Opponents double or overcall 1

Our normal methods methods with transfers etc. applies.

If a double is passed around and opener has short the following applies:

1 4 and 5+
RD BAL, 2-3

Versus opponents 1NT-overcall: asptro.

If opener reopens after partner’s pass the following applies:

1N 4 cards in opps suit and a long
(partner is not likely to remember this, so don’t bid it!)
2 5+ and 4-card .

When opener reopens after partner’s pass and opponents 1NT-overcall the following applies:

D 4 and a
2 4 and the

Opponents overcall or double 1

D/Rd Three card support double
1N Max, nat, not (3)4
2 5+ and 4
2 4-card

Opener rebids 2N

A 2N-rebid by opener after sequences like:

1 – (bid) – 1 – [bid]
1 – (P) – 1 – (D/oM)
1 – (P) – Pass – (1)

and similar shows 5-5 .

1-openings

8-11, 5+

Responses

1 -
1 NAT, 4+
1N NF, constructive
2 Relay, FG.
2new NF, about 13-15, 5+suit
2 0-13, often only 3-SUP
2 0-12, (5)6+
2N Stenberg, 14+ 4-SUP, limited by failure to relay
3 11-13, 4-SUP
3 14-15, 3-SUP
3 0-10, 4-SUP

After 2N Stenberg, the normal bid by opener is 3. Other bids shows interest in slam despite that responder is limited. Over 3 responder will bid 3 (INV) or 4 (if he was going for game all the time, didn’t find it useful to reveal opener’s distribution, but still was resistant to bid a direct 4 since there may sometimes be monster fits, when opener has a very good 8-11-hand)

Opener with an extreme hand wishing to slam investigate after responder’s 3, may proceed to show a void naturally above 3.

1N-opening

12-14 balanced, optional with 5-card and with 22(54). Continued bidding according to the 1N-module.

2-opening

8-11, 6+ or 5+ with 4

Responses

2 -
2 Relay, FG
2 INV, 5+
2 INV, 5+
2N INV with support
3 To play
3x INV, 6+suit

A direct 3 shows slightly better cards than 2 followed by 3.

The 2-relay

2 – 2
2 4-card
Relay
2N Hi Sh
3 Eq Sh
3 3145
Etc.
2 Hi Sh
2N Mi Sh
3 Eq Sh
3 3316
3 Etc.

2-opening

8-11, 6+ or 5+ with 4

Responses

2 -
2 Relay, FG
2 INV, 5+
2N INV, 5+
3 INV, support
3 To play
3 INV, 6+suit
2 – 2
2 4-card
2N Hi sh
Relay
3 Hi Sh
Etc.
3Etc.

2-opening

8-11, 5-5

Responses

2 -
Pass To play
2 To play
2N Relay, FG
3 INV, -support
3 INV, -support
3 Preemptive

2-opening

Weak, (0)3-7hcps. (5)6+ suit

Responses

2 -
2N ART F1, primarily 2+SUP
3new NAT, FG <- Ska det verkligen vara FG?
3 PRE

After the relay, opener rebids according to:

2 - 2N
3 Max, lousy suit
3 Max, good suit
3 Min, lousy suit
3 Min, good suit
“Lousy suit” in 1st NV, means 5-card suit.

After opener’s “max-bids” the following applies:

2 - 2N; 3
3new NAT
3 slaminterest, no shortage
3N No shortage
suit Shortage
4-level Shortage
3N To play

After the “min-bids” 3 is to play and 4 is cuebid.

2N-opening

9-11 without a 4-card and often semi balanced

A modified Modern Efos 2N-system as follows is used:

2N -
3 Wants to play opener’s best minor
3 Transfer
Relay
3N Choose between 3N/4
4 NAT, 5-4, slam interest
oM 6+M, slam interest
3 ART. with slam interest. Usually a fairly balanced hand.
3N To play
4 5+, sets trumph for slam investigation
4 To play

After 3 the following apples:

2N - 3
3N No 5-card minor
4 5+suit
4 6+
4 6+

After 3N/4 suits are shown from bellow. Minorbids show 4-cards and -bids show 5-card if responder bids, 3-cards if opener bids. When a fit is found, aces are shown at the 5-level. 4N is bid when we run out of suits. (also after opener’s 4} showing 6-card suit, a singelton with responder is possible)

If 2NT is doubled Nilslands Slinkningar is used. Note that bidding 3 is frequent, as opener almost always holds a 5-card .

Number of dots according to Swedish system regulations for 2002-2003 and onwards

1 3
1 3

Total 6 dots, which is C-level, the lowest level.

Possible variation

You may want to play 2N as weak with both minors

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