Good Judgment In Third Seat-Audio Lesson

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Approximate running time: 110 minutes.
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Everyone knows that it is okay to open light in third seat. When you're in 3rd seat with a weak hand, 4th hand probably has the best hand at the table, so you'd love to inconvenience him.
However, there is much more to this topic than "After counting your HCP, feel free to open with a few less than were needed in 1st or 2nd seat."
In this lesson, Marty will discuss:

  • How light can you open?
  • How much difference does vulnerability make?
  • Why this is a great time for a frisky preempt.
  • Should you ever preempt with a decent hand?
  • Are there hands which call for opening in a major with a 4-card suit?
  • Should responder ever jump?
  • If you take a 2nd bid, do you promise a full opening bid?
  • Which conventions should be used by the responder?

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