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One of the most "In" conventions in modern bridge is Roman Keycard (RKC).
In fact, some beginners are using it!
RKC can be very helpful in accurate slam bidding.
Without question, the king and queen of trump are relevant cards.
On the other hand, there is a lot more to this convention than you might think.
Whether you use all of it, or only some, if your partnership has not taken the time to discuss nonobvious responses and continuations:
Good luck! You'll need it.
In this lesson, Marty will discuss:
- How to show the trump queen and when not to worry about it.
- How to proceed after an ambiguous response, such as 0 or 3.
- How to respond with a void
- The efficient way to ask for king
- How to do better than "Last bid suit"
- The best way to invite 7
- When should you NOT use RKC
- Bergen-Cohen RKC rules.
- Once you bid them, how you should play them
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