__Quiz 2 Opener has 6 Clubs__

1. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C

1a.
How many points does opener have? >12+ points<

1b. How many clubs does opener have? >6+ clubs<

2. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C 2H

2NT

2a.
How many points does opener have? >12+ points<

2b.
What is opener's distribution? >2-2-3-6<

2c. Explain the reasoning for the
distribution. >Because opener didn't support hearts, opener doesn't have 3
hearts. Because opener did not bid
2 spades, opener doesn't have 3 spades.
If either major suit had 0 or 1 cards, opener would have at least 4
diamonds and would bid 3 diamonds. Therefore,
opener must be 2-2-3-6. <

3. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C 2H

3D

3a.
How many points does opener have? >12+ points<

3b.
How many diamonds does opener have? >4 or 5<

4. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C 2H

3D 3H

3S

4a.
How many hearts does responder have? >6 hearts<

4b. How many hearts does opener have? >0 or 1<

4c. Describe opener's spades? >A, Ax, or Kx:
Opener doesn't have 3 spades

because opener didn't bid 2
spades. Opener doesn't have
2 hearts because opener didn't

raise 3 hearts to 4 hearts.
The 3 spade bid shows a spade stopper. Therefore with

1 or 2 spades, the stopper must either be an ace or king
doubleton.<

5. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C 2S

3D

5a.
How many spades does responder have? >5+ spades<

5b. How many hearts does responder have? >4 or
fewer<

5c. How many hearts does opener have? >3 or fewer<

6. Opener Responder

1C 1D

2C 2S

3H

6a.
What is opener's distribution? >1-3-3-6: 3
hearts shows 3 hearts. Because

opener didn't bid 3 diamonds, opener has fewer than 4. If opener only had 2 diamonds, opener
would have 2 spades and would have bid 2NT over 2 spades. Therefore, opener wants responder to
place the contract in the best place.<