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A Multi-colored 2 opening bid shows one of the following hand types:

A weak two-bid in hearts
A weak two-bid in spades
Any 4-4-4-1 shape with 17-24 HCP
Opener will hold a weak-two the vast majority of the time. While the convention originated in the 1970s, it's worth mentioning that many players nowadays use Multi only with a weak-two.
Sept. 11
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Sept. 11
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I use Multi versus Multi 2 diamonds defence (https://chrisryall.net/bridge/multi-v-multi-2d.htm). You should see the look on the opponents face when we pull out the write-up. I highly recommend this defence.
Sept. 11
Marion Gebhardt edited this comment Sept. 11
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82% vote for 2-Clubs was the first part. How do I make this a 2-part bidding problem?
Sept. 5
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Please explain, I would like to have made this a two part problem but don't see anyway to do that as a bidding problem. When I put something like this as an article I get “snarky” comments that it doesn't belong in the article section.
Sept. 5
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What would you do if your partner responded 1S?
Sept. 4
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Just a contiuation
Sept. 4
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Sorry. See correction.
Sept. 4
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Please note additional bidding info. Thanks.
Sept. 4
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that makes it unanimous for 2C. great!!!
Sept. 3
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Seems overwhelming for 2C-would like to hear rationale from the 1S bidder.
Sept. 3
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Thanks for the comment.
Sept. 3
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We lost the Spade suit when my partner overcalled 1 H. I had 5S, 1H, 4D, 3C and about 5HCPs. The hand makes 4Spades and they played 3C
Aug. 27
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I appreciate the votes. Some comments would be helpful. I don't understand the pass!!
Aug. 27
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ACBL land???
Aug. 19
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I asked a good player what he thought North’s hand was? Without thinking he said diamonds!! I told him that that I didn’t see how it was possible that North would want to play 2D on the bidding.
Aug. 19
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Bob, pretty close:KQJ76Q85324Q8. Makes 3H if you guess the hearts.
Aug. 18
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Sorry late at night. I think it is right now.
Aug. 18
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Sorry, South passed. I corrected.
Aug. 17
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“4♦ made 69.2%”; Looks like a winner at matchpoints. That's been my experience.
Aug. 14
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