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Jordan/Truscott 2NT

This is a follow-up to my previous poll about continuations after 1M-(X) http://bridgewinners.com/article/view/two-level-responses-after-to-double-by-rho/. I am interested in how common it is to differentiate between 3 and 4-card support in a limit raise (or better) of opener's major suit. This poll, as the previous one, is directed at players who play a version of Standard American (including 2/1 GF) and who have the agreement that the sequence 1M-(X)-2NT shows at least a limit raise of opener's suit. If that is your agreement, do you differentiate between 3-card and 4-card support and if so, how? As in the previous poll, if you play or have played differing agreements about this sequence, please answer according to your preferred choice.

In our agreement, 1M-(X)-2NT shows 3+ card support.
In our agreement, 1M-(X)-2NT shows 4+ card support. We use a different bid (not XX) to show a limit raise (or better) with exactly 3-card support.
In our agreement, 1M-(X)-2NT shows 4+ card support. With 3-card support, responder redoubles and then supports on the next round of bidding.
We do not use the Jordan/Truscott 2NT to show a limit raise (or better) of opener's major.
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