Opener’s Reverses and Jump Shifts – Reverses (1/3)

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There are three types of two-suited bids for Opener: non-reverses (non-forcing), reverses (forcing once but not to game) and jump shifts (forcing to game). In this article, we will study the two latter types in depth. Plus, in particular, Responder’s behaviour and Opener’s third bid. A great many preconceptions will collapse!

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One comment

  1. Why not consider an opener of 1H followers by second bid of 2S a true reverse.
    If responder had bid 1NT then 2S shows at least 17 . If responder had bid 2 of a minor then 2S should be considered a reverse if not playing 2 over 1 and should show extra strength if playing 2 over 1

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