THIS WEEK'S LESSON
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Four card support and an opening hand means that game will be bid but do opener or responder have useful shortages or a second suit?
A limit raise shows four card support, 10-12 points, and tells opener that they don’t need much more than a minimum to make game.
A look at Major Suit Raises and, in particular, the single raise and what features to look for in responder's hand.
Playing Four Suit Transfers is a good method for transferring to the minors.
Major suit transfers will improve your bidding accuracy over no trump openings. There are also benefits in having the opening lead being made into the strong hand.
Put what you have been learning to test with our monthly challenge hands.