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Understanding 1NT Forcing

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by Marty Bergen
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Understanding 1NT Forcing by Marty Bergen

Regardless of your system, 1NT is the likely response to an opening bid in a major. You can acquire the judgment needed to make the right rebids, raises and responses.

  1. Which hands should respond 1NT, and which hands should not.
  2. "6-4 bid more." But should opener rebid the 6, or show the 4?
  3. "It's not Impossible." Responder's Impossible 2 Rebid.
  4. When responder is a passed hand, what's different?
  5. How to cope with an opponent's overcall.
This electronic version has been enhanced with color and bookmarks to allow convenient browsing and reading.

1st edition 2002; 48 pages.
word count: 6681 which is equivalent to 26 standard pages of text
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Reviewed by R Pappas
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]   Date Added: Tuesday 24 March, 2009

This was the most helpful book in understanding forcing 1NT that I found while I was learning 2 over 1. I highly recommend it.

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