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Name: Blackwood on Bidding
Author: Blackwood, Easley
Target Audience: Intermediate
Category: Bidding
Pages: 215 Date: 1956

Synopsis: Among the many points features in Blackwood on Bidding are the following: The distinction between co-operative and independent bids. A co-operative bid is one that solicits further bidding by partner. Prime examples are opening bids of one. Independent bids are those made on hands which must be able to stand on their own even if partner has nothing at all. In addition to the famous Blackwood Slam Convention, the Super-Blackwood, a recently introduced variation extremely effective in some situations. Cue bidding and the concept of Dynamic Point Count is also discussed.

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