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Deciding whether or not you have a slam is not easy.
Even experts do NOT shine in this area.
However, if you can set the trump suit early in the auction, that is a very good way to begin.
And if you can do so at an economical level, youre off to a good start.
A Jacoby 2NT response to opener's major accomplishes all of the above.
This is a convention that should be part of every pair's repertoire.
This convention is one of the keys to good slam bidding.
In this lesson, Marty will discuss:
- How to decide whether to respond 2NT.
- The correct way for opener to re-evaluate after 2NT.
- How opener can easily show a void
- How to know when to forget about slam.
- The lowdown on opener's jump to the 4-level
- Bergen-Cohen philosophy for Jacoby 2NT auctions
- What every partnership must discuss
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