Ken Rexford

by Ken Rexford   

An auction came up recently with a pickup partner.  At the end of the auction, we were at the five-level, mercifully making when the opponents missed cashing an Ace.  But, it need not have been that way.

After the auction was over, my pickup partner acknowledged knowing that a call was a cue in support but claimed to have no idea which suit I was supporting.  This seemed odd to me, but I suppose a general rule of thumb is worth noting, again.

When one of two strains can be agreed below game easily but the other cannot, odd cues general support the inconvenient suit.

The example from the near disaster.  After a minor opening and spade response, … [button link=»http://cuebiddingatbridge.blogspot.com.ar/2011/10/super-accepts-are-for-suit-you-cannot.html» size=»small» window=»yes»]click here[/button] to continue reading