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Opener's first bid

with Tina McVeigh

In this lesson, Tina will teach you about opening bids. Watch the video to learn:

After you watch the video, play these practice hands.

Beginners' Course Acol - Opener's first bid in Bridge

Review what you've learned by answering the questions below.

What should you open?

♠A6 KQ94 KQJ92 ♣T7

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1 - Open your longest suit

What should you open?

♠AKQ4 J9842 K2 ♣43

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1 - Open your longest suit

What should you open?

♠QJ874 KJ983 A ♣J3

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1♠ - Open the higher of two 5-card suits

What should you open?

♠AQ54 QJ52 T ♣Q872

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
Pass - You do not have enough to open

What should you open?

♠AJ876 KQJ4 KJ ♣K8

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1♠ - Open your longest suit

What should you open?

♠6 KJ4 AK8642 ♣AK2

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1 - Open your longest suit

What should you open?

♠3 JT854 AQ ♣AQJ63

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1 - Open the higher of two 5-card suits

What should you open?

♠AK86 Q765 K54 ♣A6

Pass
1♣
1
1
1♠
1 - Open the lower of two 4-card major suits

Comments

satishdesai
Transcript of Video for all lessons would be helpful.
Bernardstych
Robson says open higher ranking of 2 equal length suits - unless 2 x 4 card majors. Which system is better?
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