THIS WEEK'S LESSON
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Two suited overcalls can be very effective when partner has a good fit with at least one of your suits.
As responder, you've listened to opener, and now you will make the decision about no trumps or a suit. Sometimes you tell, and at other times you ask.
Responder’s role in the second round of the bidding is often to make the decision about where to play the hand and how high to bid. Responder is often called the “decider” for that reason.
When opener has a fit for responder’s first bid suit, the raise they make will reflect the strength of the hand.
When opener has a balanced hand and responder starts with 1NT, opener considers what responder is telling them, and their rebid will reflect this.
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