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Standard Attitude - Typically a high-low signal showing a positive attitude, first discarding a higher card and subsequently discarding a lower card encourages continuation of the suit.  Some players use high-low signals to indicate the number of cards held in a given suit; see standard count

Examples: Partner leads a SK, obviously the top of a sequence.  Partner signals:

High-low shows interest in the suit, or no interest in switching to another suit

Low-high shows disinterest in the suit, requesting leader to switch to another suit

Conditions for attitude signals:

One partner leads the suit, other partner follows playing to the trick

Either side leads a suit, partner is void, discarding in a side suit

Also see Details on signaling, Smith Echo and books on Signals

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