Blue Ribbon Conventions #3- Two Over One Game Force

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The passing years bring progress and innovation in every aspect of our lives.  Bridge is no exception. Although the play of the hand by experts and good players was already at a very high level 25 or 50 years ago, the same cannot be said for bidding methods.  Auctions in those "old days" were primitive compared with what today's players use. Now many club and tournament players have adopted sophisticated systems, and they can bid more accurately than most experts in the past.


  • History
  • Definition of Two Over One Game Force
  • Why Should I Play Two Over One
  • What Are the Disadvantages
  • Quiz on Two Over One Auctions
  • How Many Points are Required to Open the Bidding and Force to Game as Responder
  • Raising Partner's 1 Heart or 1 Spade Opening Bid
  • One Notrump Forcing Auctions
  • Responding to 1NT Forcing
  • When the Enemy Competes Over 1NT Forcing
  • Is One Notrump Forcing by a Passed Hand
  • Some Useful Conventions to Play with Two Over One
  • Publications to Help you Learn Two Over One


Pamphlet: 12 pages  Copyright: 2021


Randy Baron founded Baron Barclay Bridge Supplies in 1974 with his wife Mary, and was president of the company for over 30 years. He is well-known in the bridge world as a teacher, author, columnist, and expert.  He has edited and published more than 200 books at Baron Barclay. Randy's many books and teaching materials include ABTA Book of the Year, The Bridge Book Series, written with Frank Stewart.  His latest books are Almost the Only Bridge Book You Will Ever Need, Volumes 1 and 2. In recent years, he leads bridge and sightseeing groups to other countries, found on his travel website:


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