Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The reverse is designed to show additional strength without the need to make a jump bid.
If a player makes a jumping bid above 80 in his first opportunity, he promises at least one ace.
On later rounds, or after the partner has promised an ace, jumping bids under 160 signals a good hand.
Dr. Roberts gave a jump bid of three clubs.
A jump bid of a new suit.
Jump bids are allowed for Splash and Plunge.
The value of a lost trick is usually 25 points, and this is used in jumping bids above 160 to signify strong suits.
To make a jump bid.
Did Bea have a jump bid?
Some bid high-card controls first or distinguish short-suit controls by jump bids.
In game forcing auctions, bidding game directly with a preemptive jump bid shows a limited minimum hand and no slam interest.
After the introduction of transfer bids in the 50's, a jump bid of three hearts or three spades became a mystery.
Fit showing jump bid is a contract bridge convention usually played only in competitive bidding situations (i. e. where both sides are bidding).
An unusual jump bid that by agreement shows a fit for partner's last-bid suit and a singleton or void in the bid suit.
"A Theory of Jump Bidding in Ascending Autions,"
A second-round jump bid (usually a double jump) that by agreement shows a fit with partner's last-bid suit and shortness in another suit.
Under this convention, 4NT is still Blackwood or RKC when it is a jumping bid and not a natural raise.
The term "jump reverse" denotes a jump bid in a suit in which a non-jump bid would be a reverse.
A warning to LHO that one is about to make a jump bid that could cause a revealing hesitation or huddle; used only when bidding screens are not in place.
In contract bridge, a splinter bid is a convention whereby a double jump bid in a side-suit indicates a trump fit and a singleton or void in the suit bid.
The rationale for the procedure is that jump bids, especially preempts, often pose a bidding problem for the opponents, and the left-hand opponent's fast or slow reaction after the bid can reveal information about his hand.
All jump bids are forcing to game and slam invitational, because any hand which could force to game opposite a minimum EHAA two-bid must be interested in slam opposite a maximum.
In 2006, Milgrom advised, with Jeremy Bulow and Jonathan Levin, Comcast in bidding on FCC Auction 66 including a rarely successfully implemented "jump bid."
Announcing Re or Kontra earlier than you need to, for example on your first play rather than your second, this indicates a possession of additional strength (similar in concept to jump bidding in Contract Bridge).
At about the time she learned about jump bids, she also learned more about the mysterious responsibility that both Muley Duggan and Mr. Pidcock had on the second floor of the health-services building.