This is a complete detailed bridge bidding system using 1C as a strong and forcing bid with most hands 16+ pts unbalanced or 17+ pts balanced. The system employs transfer responses over 1C. Included is a ACBL convention card. For complete system see my blog.
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bid in balancing seat has a different meaning. From an unpassed hand, this shows
a strongish hand, 11-15 HCP with a stopper. From a passed
hand1N shows a 2-suiter in the lower unbid suits, possibly with the lowest suit
being longer (at least 4-5 in length).
11-15 HCP, balanced hand with a stopper, natural
responsesexcept for 2§ (Crowhurst) ask. If partner has 12-14 HCP, must have been trapping, bids 2N which
overcaller will raise to 3N unless an absolute minimum. Partner is not likely
to have an invitational hand in a suit as they would have overcalled, so
3-level bids are preemptive (except for
a 3♣ cuebid which shows 5-5 in minors and is non-forcing, other cuebids have no
meaning). Other 2-level bids are to play; even a cue-bid would be natural to
play in opponent’s suit but for 2§. Texas transfers are also used
but its use seems unlikely. With 9-12 HCP responder may bid 2§ to enquire: