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Treatments in Association with Forcing New Suit Advances of One-Level Overcalls: Part II

Please answer *only* if you play an advance is forcing (otherwise abstain).

"Sound opening bid" below is meant to suggest something like a 14-count.

For opener's minor, please assume that it showed at least 3 and that it will usually be more, as in standard 5cM systems.

On the auction

(1m) 1 (P) 1♠

(P)

For overcaller's rebid:

Please select up to 6 choices.

A 1NT rebid shows a stopper
A 1NT rebid does not show a stopper
A 1NT rebid ranges from a minimum overcall to a sound opening bid
A 1NT rebid has a different range (please explain how you differentiate notrump-oriented hands of different strengths)
A rebid of the other minor is natural and shows at least four cards
A rebid of the other minor is quasi-natural and may be made as a temporizing bid
A cue bid of opener's suit may be made as a temporizing bid and does not show extra values
A cue bid of opener's suit shows extra values without clear direction
A cue bid of opener's suit shows other (please explain)
A simple suit rebid shows five cards with a minimum overcall to a sound opening bid
A simple suit rebid shows six or more cards with a minimum overcall to a sound opening bid
A simple suit rebid shows other (please explain)
A raise shows three card support with a minimum overcall to a sound opening bid (including upward adjustment for the fit)
A raise shows four card support with a minimum overcall to a sound opening bid (including upward adjustment for the fit)
A raise shows other (please explain)

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