There are several possible methods after an opponent doubles Stayman. I invented this new solution as an alternative method. It allows us to show how strong we are in clubs, allows us to play 2♣ redoubled, and to right-side suit contracts.
It can also be used after "Garbage Stayman”, allowing us still get out at the 2 level, where 1NT-P-2♣ can hold a 3-suiter weak hand without clubs, or a weak hand with both majors.
The main idea is the following:
In case of redouble or bid, answerer has the same system as before, keeping in mind that opener has a control in clubs, and that the redouble can be passed having a game invitational hand or better with 3+♣, or 3+ tricks and 2+♣ (good tolerance).
Pass shows either the weakest or the strongest holding in clubs. Opener's pass needs further elaboration:
Responder reopens with a redouble only with tolerance to play 2♣ redoubled: we can do it with all at least game invitational hands suitable to play 2♣ redoubled with at least 2.5 tricks and 2 clubs.
After this, Opener passes with what would normally be a strong redouble, and otherwise Opener's bids are transfer responses to Stayman, all of which show no stopper.
The reason to play this is that the doubler will be on lead. Therefore, playing any suit contract from Responder's side will better protect his club honors.
In this case, we can answer higher than 2♠ as Opener, since partner’s redouble showed a strong hand with light tolerance (at least invitational values).
How shall we reopen 2♣ doubled as responder?
In this case, we can respond above 3NT as Opener, because Responder’s 3♣ showed a strong hand with game-forcing values and no tolerance to sit for a redouble.
(VS stands for Vikor Solution, which is also used in the name of several of my other new methods available at bridgemagic.net)
Plus... it's free!