THIS WEEK'S LESSON
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Learn how to manage when the opponents open a weak two-bid.
A look at how to respond to partner’s opening weak two-bid.
Weak two-bids are an excellent way to start the bidding and describe your hand when you have a good six-card suit and not many points (6 - 9).
Take away the opponents’ bidding space and put pressure on their auction when you have a weak hand with good trump support for partner’s major suit opening.
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.
Put what you have been learning to test with our monthly challenge hands.