Two Over One: Introduction H0013
Easier Game & Slam Bidding

[playhand]AKJ87.A862.75.Q2 5.KQ3.A8.AKJT975 9632.JT5.Q943.86 QT4.974.KJT62.43,3[/playhand]
[auctioncomments]|1|Unbalanced hand with 14 high card points and one length point for the fifth spade.|2||3||4||5|Show hearts, your second suit. Partner's 2!c was game forcing (Two over One).|6||7||8||9|Agrees clubs.|10||11||12||13|Cue (control) bid.  Partner's 4!d was also a cue (control) bid.|14||15||16||17|Shows two aces in response to partner's Blackwood ace ask.|18||19||20||21|Nothing more to say.[/auctioncomments]
[cardplay]c03 c05 c08 c12.c04 c14 c06 c02.s04 s05 s03 s14.s10 d08 s02 s13[/cardplay]
[cardplaycomments]|1|The diamond loser may be discarded on a spade winner. To start, win !cQ.|2|Club to !cA and draw trumps which were 2-2.|3|Spade to !sA.|4|!sK pitching the !d8, and win the remainder of the tricks.[/cardplaycomments]