Shift jump bid
When you are responding, when should you jump a level higher?
HappyBug asked us to talk about when to use jump bids and jump shift bids. Thank you for the fantastic question, HappyBug! This is an important question for partnerships to discuss to make sure they are on the same page. How many points to you need to jump a level with your response?
Watch the video to hear Graeme explain what these bids are and when you might want to bid a jump bid or a jump shift bid.
In this hand, partner opens the bidding, East overcalls, and we have to respond how to respond. We have a nice spade suit and a good hand. Is this a hand you would want to bid 1♠ or jump a level and bid 2♠?
This is also a fun hand to play. 12 tricks are possible playing in 3NT if you plan how you can get back and forth between the hands. How did you manage?
After partner opens 1♦ and East overcalls 1♥, how do you respond?
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As you play the daily hands, let us know if you find other hands you might consider making a jump bid.
When partner bid clubs after my 2 spade I bid 3 NT which I madr
I know that this wasn't what this was about, but I choose to make a negative takeout in this situation, of which partner responded 5C. I have no clue why he did this, but I made the contract.
I though 2 spades was too obvious.
With 2 opening hands, game is somewhere. I’d bid 2 spades and explore from there.