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The topics covered in this book include: Simple Suit Overcall, Raising Partner's Suit, Responding To Overcalls Without Support, Overcalls That Show Two Suits, Jump Overcalls, Takeout Doubles at the One Level, Responding to a Takeout Double, Later Bidding After a Takeout Double, Other Takeout Double Situations, Notrump Overcalls, RHO Bids Over a. Takeout Double - A double demanding partner to make a call in a new strain, made as a competitive bid to either win the auction or make it more difficult for opponents to make a higher level contract. The Takeout Double was independently created by Charles Patton and Bryant McCampbell in Takeout Double - Part 1.
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Chapter fourtenn: responder's second bid after partner's takeout double der makes a simple response to a takeout double 2.
Responder makes a jump response to a takeout double 3. responder makes a cuebid in a response to a takeout doubles Chapter fifteen: the opponents open with a preempt 1.
The rule of 7 2. When RHO opens with a weak two-bid /5(13). Takeout Double: A Bridge Mystery and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - 3/5(4). This text provides an exploration of the oldest - and most useful - convention in bridge, the takeout double.
Originally published inthis book has been revised and updated to take into account modern developments in competitive bidding, one of the most rapidly changing parts of the game, not least in the new and varied uses of : When your Takeout double book opens the bidding in a suit (on any level), there are two basic kinds of "takeout" double: 1) Opening bid values with the "other 3" suits ("other 3" means at least 3 cards in each other suit).
The Takeout double book Takeout Double. After your opponent opens 1 of a suit, a double is for takeout. Such a bid requests your partner to bid one of the remaining suits. Requirements for a Takeout Double: 1. At least opening strength (13 points).
At least 3-card support for every. This is the definitive book on the oldest - and most useful - convention in bridge, the takeout double. Originally published in (Magnus Books, 31 1), this book quickly became recognized as a 'must-read' for any would-be bridge expert, and has never been out of print/5(12).
Doubles is a course focusing on the takeout double as it is commonly used. Much of the material will be new, even to those who play regularly, so this topic provides a good way toFile Size: KB.
takeout double at the one level. This hand would qualify (8 + 5 = 13). Support for the Unbid Suits Ideally, we would like to have four-card support for all the unbid suits. However, if we wait for the perfect hand, we won’t be making enough use of the takeout double. Three-card support is generally acceptable, although we prefer to have four-File Size: 56KB.
Takeout Doubles. If your opponent opens with a suit bid, a double by you promises: • At least opening-bid strength (12+ pts.) • Shortness in the suit the opponent opened. • Support for all unbid suits. Your double forces partner to bid, so you must have at least 3-card length in any suit he will Size: 86KB.
• Support for all unbid suits. Your double forces partner to bid, so you must have at least 3-card length in any suit he will choose. Typical hands for a takeout double of an opponent's 1C opening would be: AQ92 65 The exception (not covered in the book): There is one type of hand where you can double without support for all unbid suits.
What Is A Standard Takeout Double ("TOX"). In standard takeout doubles, you can double with as few as 11 HCP and the "right shape", which most experts now say is 3+ cards for each unbid suit.
If partner does not jump, you intend to pass whatever he bids. The most common takeout double is after an opponent's opening bid of one of a suit where the double shows a hand with opening values, support for all three unbid suits (at least three cards in each) and shortness in the suit doubled (preferably, no more than two).
takeout double The use of a low-level double is a request to partner to bid an unbid suit. The most common instance is after a one-level bid by an oppo-nent. The double normally indicates a hand worth an opening bid with at least three-card support for all unbid suits.
Knowing the proper responses after partner doubles is crucial. YouFile Size: KB. If your opponent opens 1NT, all the suits are unbid, so a double is not for takeout. A double of 1NT is for penalty, showing 18+ points Use this double cautiously. Even if you have a lot of high-card points, you should avoid making a penalty double unless you have have a strong suit to lead.
Responding to Partner's Takeout Double. That's where the term "takeout double" comes from – you "double" and partner "takes out" your opponents' last bid. Partner then bids, not because of the merits of his own hand, but because your double tells him that YOUR hand is good enough for him to bid.
Takeout Double (Cassie Swann Mystery Series) by Susan Moody and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Complete Book of Takeout Doubles is the winner of the Beginner-Intermediate ABTA Book Award. This is the definitive book on the oldest and most useful convention in bridge, the takeout double.
The author has revised and updated the text to take into account modern developments in competitive bidding, and covers new and varied uses of.
Modern Bridge books, including the conventions like Michaels overcall, Takeout double weak-two, Splinter, Transfer and more. which I wrote can be found on Amazon: You can break the rules in contrary to bridge software, that their algorithm based on these rules.
Mel Colchamiro’s Rule of “9” Whether or not to convert Partner’s Take-Out Double to a Penalty scenario by “passing,” rather than opting to bid onward “If the number of cards you hold in the Opponent‟s suit, added to the number of honors you hold in that suit (including the 10), plus the level of the contract equals 9 or more, “pass,” if fewer than 9, bid Size: KB.
The Complete Book on Takeout Doubles The original book, Takeout Doubles, took me eight months or so to write. The rewrite took over a year to write. This latest version of Takeout Doubles includes new material, much of which has not seen print anywhere.
All of the previous material was changed where needed and there [ ]Read More». The definitive book on the oldest – and most useful – convention in bridge, the takeout double. Originally published inthis book quickly became recognized as a ‘must-read’ for any would-be bridge expert, and has never been out of print.TAKEOUT DOUBLES - GENERAL INFORMATION.
The following provides some general information about takeout doubles, i.e. doubles where partner is expected to bid any one of the unbid suits (excluding other kinds of doubles with specific meanings such as negative doubles). A double is for takeout if all of the following are true: 1.The takeout doublers also can have a different type of hand – a hand with 18+ total points which is too strong for a simple overcall.
Advancing after a takeout double A takeout double is forcing and asks the advancer to bid a suit — other than the one bid by the opponent(s). Assuming no interference from the opponents, the advancer bids as File Size: KB.