VS For Replacing And Refreshing The Bergen Raises

Although Marty Bergen did a genius job inventing "Bergen raises", and it is one of the most widely used conventions, there is a significant problem with the original Bergen raises. I published a new solution, which fixed the Bergen Raises …

2nd Transfer after Jacoby Transfer to 1NT opening

It is a very nice solution to play a second transfer after Jacoby transfer to 1 no trump opening. The idea is, that we bid the suit below our distribution, with either 5-4 game forcing hand or 5-5, at least …

VS For A Change Of Opener’s Major Splinter Convention

After 1x-1major response, most of the pairs are playing so, that a double jump shift showes shortness in this suit, Splinter convention.

There is a possibility to change it to give more exact informations, but we have to jump differently …

The Road To A Grand Slam With A Void

This hand we played in a high level team match in Hungary, my partner was Laszlo Harangozo, a good player in a non regular partnership.

As a speciality, I would like to give back the way I was thinking about …

VS “Slam Cuebid or Artificial Bid Doubled Situations”

It happens very often, that our slam cuebid or artificial bid gets a double. The best pairs should be discussed in this situation, in order to discover, weather we still can play slam, having 1st or 2nd round control in …

Reverse Flannery Convention

The Reverse Flannery convention was invented to solve the bidding problems when holding 5♠ and 4 opposite a 1 minor opener. …

Basic Concepts of Bridge

Bridge is played by four players, forming two pairs, the partners sitting opposite each other. In practice, the four players are identified by the four points of the compass. Thus North partnering South plays against East and West. Bridge is