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An ace is a playing card, die or domino with a single pip.
Acol is the bridge bidding system that, according to The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge, is "standard in British tournament play and widely used in other parts of the world".
A bidding system in contract bridge is the set of agreements and understandings assigned to calls and sequences of calls used by a partnership, and includes a full description of the meaning of each treatment and convention.
In the partnership card game contract bridge, the Blackwood convention is a popular bidding convention that was developed by Easley Blackwood.
Blue Club is a bridge bidding system, developed mainly by Benito Garozzo.
Contract bridge, or simply bridge, is a trick-taking card game using a standard 52-card deck.
In contract bridge, a cue bid (also, cuebid or cue-bid) is either a bid of the opponents' suit, or "slam seeking"--a slam-investigating bid made during an auction's later rounds that shows control of a suit.
David Burnstine (May 5 1900 – August 26, 1965) was a leading tournament contract bridge player of the 1930s.
In contract bridge, various bidding systems have been devised to enable partners to describe their hands to each other so that they may reach the optimum contract.
Developed by Oswald Jacoby, Jacoby 2NT is a bridge convention in which a bid of two notrump (2NT) over partner's opening bid of one heart (1) or one spade (1) shows a hand with both.
The Jacoby transfer, or simply transfers, in the card game contract bridge, is a convention initiated by responder following partner's notrump opening bid that forces opener to rebid in the just above that bid by responder.
The king is a playing card with a picture of a king on it.
In the card game contract bridge, the Losing-Trick Count (LTC) is a method of hand evaluation that is generally only considered suitable to be used in situations where a trump suit has been established and when shape and fit are more significant than high card points (HCP) in determining the optimum level of the contract.
In the card game contract bridge, the major suits are spades and hearts.
Multi 2 diamonds, or simply Multi, is a contract bridge convention whereby the opening bid of 2 shows multiple types of hands, which always includes a weak-two bid in either major suit, while the additional meaning may be a strong balanced hand (commonly 20-21 high card points), or a 20-22 three suiter.
Oswald "Ozzie", "Jake" Jacoby (December 8, 1902 – June 27, 1984) was an American contract bridge player and author, considered one of the greatest bridge players of all time.
Pierre Albarran (18 May 1893 – 24 February 1960) was a French auction and contract bridge player and theorist, and a tennis player.
Precision Club is a bidding system in the game of contract bridge.
Preempt (also spelled "pre-empt") is a bid in contract bridge whose primary objectives are (1) to thwart opponents' ability to bid to their best contract, with some safety, and (2) to fully describe one's hand to one's partner in a single bid.
Standard American is a bidding system for the game of bridge widely used in North America and elsewhere.
The Strong Club System is a set of bidding conventions and agreements used in the game of contract bridge and is based upon an opening bid of 1 as being an artificial forcing bid promising a strong hand.
In contract bridge, a strong two-bid (also known as a forcing two-bidFrancis et al (2001), p. 163. The strong two-bid was the cornerstone of the Culbertson system.) is an opening bid of two in a suit, i.e. 2, 2, 2 or 2.
The weak two bid is a common used in the game of contract bridge, where an opening bid of two diamonds, hearts or spades signifies a weak hand with a long suit.
2/1 game forcing (Two-over-one game forcing) is a bidding system in modern contract bridge structured around the following responses to a one-level opening bid.