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East's Pass over the double had no meaning:  not an auto xx or relay, etc.

Assume, as in this case, that North does not have a game forcing hand.

 

West
A6
1082
A84
AQJ92
North
QJ85
AQ96
J763
8
East
1073
J754
92
7653
South
K942
K3
KQ105
K104
W
N
E
S
P
1
1NT
X
P
P
2
?
D

 

Item #1  North's initial double creates a forcing pass through

Choose an answer from 1-3

Item #2  North's double of West's runout to 2

Choose an answer from 4-6

Item #3

Should North choose to pass over West's 2 and opener doubles

Choose an answer from 7-9

 

Does varying vulnerability change your posture on this sequence?

Sure, you could have designed this query better.... go for it.

 

This was #14 from TCG on 6/11/19 aft.  

Is there a common understanding among experts or is this an area for partnership discussion.

Please select up to 3 choices.

2 of opener's minor
2 major
2N
X is t.o.
X is penalty
X promises some agreed upon length so that opener can pass if opponents have no fit in clubs
North passes the double with 3+ clubs
North bids their cheapest four card suit
North should have bid any five card suit directly over West's runout before it got to this point

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