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Blackwood ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Adam Blackwood (–​), Autor (CE); Algernon Blackwood (–), englischer Autor. Stell dir vor, du bekommst einen Brief von deinem zukünftigen Ich. Würdest du ihn lesen? Für Gesine ist das keine Frage. Natürlich würde sie. Denn nach dem Tod ihrer Mutter muss sie alleine zu einer Verwandten nach Irland ziehen. In dem kleinen, verschlafenen Dörfchen Blackwood hat sie niemanden, mit dem sie so richtig über ihren Kummer sprechen kann. Auch nicht über Arian Mary. Blackwood: Briefe an mich | Sabbag, Britta | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch Amazon. Inhaltsangabe zu "Blackwood". Stell dir vor, du bekommst einen Brief von deinem zukünftigen Ich. Würdest du ihn lesen? Für Gesine ist das keine.

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Das Hörbuch von Bestsellerautorin Britta Sabbag entführt in das irische Örtchen Blackwood, das mit seinen schrulligen, aber liebenswerten Bewohnern ein. Inhaltsangabe zu "Blackwood". Stell dir vor, du bekommst einen Brief von deinem zukünftigen Ich. Würdest du ihn lesen? Für Gesine ist das keine. Nach dem plötzlichen Tod ihrer Mutter muss die jährige Gesine zu ihrer Tante nach Irland ziehen. In dem kleinen Dörfchen Blackwood, wo jeder alles. A 4NT bid after trumps have been established asks for Aces and responder bids up the line to show how many they have. Bottom line? This site currently supports only portrait view for mobile devices. Add in Beste Spielothek in Bredereiche finden questionable drifters and a small Southern town with a creepy vibe and this sucker should have Blackwood everything I was looking for. The house was formerly home to the Lord Lieutenant of AuГџie Millions. No need to attribute it to the foliage. The Sic Bo Nach dem plötzlichen Tod ihrer Mutter muss die jährige Gesine zu ihrer Tante nach Irland ziehen. In dem kleinen Dörfchen Blackwood, wo jeder alles. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Blackwood«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Alles in allem ist “Blackwood - Briefe an mich” ein unterhaltsamer, aufregender Roman für Jugendliche in der mystischen Atmosphäre eines. Das Hörbuch von Bestsellerautorin Britta Sabbag entführt in das irische Örtchen Blackwood, das mit seinen schrulligen, aber liebenswerten Bewohnern ein. Hole dir jetzt bei Titus: Blackwood Gürtel in black-khaki von Arcade für Herren. Los geht's!

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Hier hätte ich mir gerne noch etwas mehr Hintergrundwissen gewünscht, dies hätte der Geschichte sicherlich nicht geschadet. Mit Gesine bin ich leider überhaupt nicht warm geworden, je besser ich sie kennengelernt habe, desto unsympathischer wurde sie mir und auch die Geschichte konnte mich nicht wirklich fesseln. Auch wenn sie für atemberaubende Momente gesorgt haben. Ein Jugendroman, der eine zarte Romanze und etwas Magie beinhaltet. Da mich die Autorin aber mit der Grundidee angesprochen hat, werde ich ihr sicherlich noch einmal eine Chance geben. Die nächsten Titus Stores in deiner Nähe:. Ab ins Meer und Beste Spielothek in Charmilles finden ist. Noch dazu machen sie die Dorfbewohner mit Geschichten über allerlei übernatürliches Zeug verrückt. Sehr enttäuschend. Ich habe es genossen, ihr Fragen Geld Gewinnen Serios die Gegend zu stellen Blackwood wie man eine richtige Tasse Tee macht :- Kann es nicht genug empfehlen. Alles Quatsch, denkt sich Gesine. Die Geschichte ist magisch, romantisch, spannend, humorvoll und lädt zum Träumen Pokemonkarten. Bis sie in einem geheimnisvollen Lol Team Suche Schreibtisch einen Brief von ihrem zukünftigen Ich findet, der ihre Welt ganz schön durcheinanderbringt Unter ' Mein Konto ' kannst du deinen aktuellen Punktestand einsehen. Bis sie in einem geheimnisvollen, alten Schreibtisch einen Brief von ihrem zukünftigen Ich findet, der ihre Welt vollkommen durcheinanderbringt Mahagony T.

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Because the Kickback bid would otherwise be a control bid, 4NT is usually substituted as the control bid in that suit e.

The drawback is that in unpracticed partnerships there can be confusion as to whether a bid is Kickback, a control bid or preference for a different strain:.

As result, a reasonable grand slam in diamonds was missed. Once key cards have been identified the next step bid other than trumps can be used to ask for Kings.

One advantage of this approach is that it avoids the potential for misunderstanding that can occur when using Minorwood but one disadvantage is that it uses up one more bid than Minorwood and might constrain the bidding later when asking for Kings or Queens.

The ask will be at the four level. One disadvantage to this convention is that either the partnership must agree to lose the natural 4 level bid in trumps or have clear agreement on which sequences are slam seeking and which are natural bids.

The advantage of this approach is that it conserves bidding space. For example, the use of Redwood reduces the risk of a misunderstanding but uses up one more bid and might constrain the bidding later when asking for Kings or Queens.

Exclusion Blackwood or Voidwood. In that case, he is not interested in the partner's ace in the void suit, as he already has the first-round control; partner's ace would present a duplicated value in that case.

Many players, even experts, refuse to play Exclusion Blackwood because of the potential disaster of forgetting the agreement. It is usually played as the Roman Key Card Blackwood, with only four key cards: the three Aces outside the void suit and the King of trumps.

However, the asking bid is not 4NT, but the void suit — Voidwood is made by jumping on level 4 or 5 in the void suit after a fit has been found, for example:.

The responses are, as in RKCB:. When the Blackwood bidder has a void, and partner shows one or more but not all missing aces, "asker" will not know whether partner's ace duplicates the void suit where it would not be of great help or covers side suit losers.

For this reason cue bid to show aces explicitly, or Exclusion or Voidwood convention to ask for useful aces, is used with hands that contain a void.

Often non-experts ask for aces when they really need other information from partner, acting as if the convention is designed to ascertain whether the partnership holds all of the four aces or five key-cards.

In fact the fundamental purpose should usually be to distinguish between lacking one and lacking two, because lacking two aces makes slam a bad bet.

In other words, ace and key-card asking conventions should normally be used by one member of a partnership who plans at least to contract for 12 tricks if no more than one ace or key card is lacking.

A simplified way to think about Blackwood is this: "I am concerned that we may lose the first two tricks, if we bid a slam.

I can use Blackwood as a kind of insurance policy, to guarantee that this will not happen. It only helps, for the most part, if the exclusive risk of losing the first two tricks is due to the opponents' holding two cashable aces.

Obviously, the opposition might hold the ace and king of a side suit, and could bang those tricks right down, resulting in an immediate set. Thus, a player should use Blackwood only when he can ascertain that the partnership holds at least second-round controls in all suits kings or, if a suit fit is found, singletons.

Thus, a Blackwood query by the player holding two quick losers in a side suit is a wild gamble, as it is still possible that the suit is not controlled by an Ace or a King.

For the same reason, it is generally wrong to use Blackwood with a void. This is not always true, but the rule of thumb is: Don't use Blackwood with a void unless you are absolutely sure you know what you are doing, and why you are doing it.

You may be missing two aces, but your void may compensate for the lack of one of the enemy aces.

Thus, Blackwood will not tell you what you want to know: Are we at risk of losing the first two tricks? If your side has two aces and a void, then you are not at risk of losing the first two tricks, so long as a your void is useful i.

Other problems can easily occur when a minor is the agreed trump suit, or the key suit when no trump suit is agreed. What and who will be left? As usual I couldn't stop reading this darn book, but either I missed something or some questions remain unanswered.

Even so, this was an exciting ride. ARC from Netgalley. View all 18 comments. Mar 14, Zoeytron rated it really liked it Shelves: public-library.

Red Bluff, Mississippi. A small town dying on the vine, inch by inch. A homeless family almost makes it into town, but eschews help when it is offered.

A man who lived here as a boy returns after 20 years, deeply scarred on the inside. Under the cover of darkness, a raggedy ass man shambles his way through town, lips smacking, touching other people's things, moving them around.

There is something the matter with all of them, and there is something very wrong with the place they are in. Thr Red Bluff, Mississippi.

Through the woods and down in the valley, the creep of the kudzu is relentless, covering and smothering, snaking out its tendrils, beckoning.

Never one to shy away from noir and gritty, this author has crept even deeper into the fold of the dark side with this novel.

Jun 21, Susanne Strong rated it really liked it Shelves: buddy-read , netgalley. Other Worldly. Red Bluff, Mississippi has a dark feel to it.

It is a place where few truly feel safe or welcome. Could be the kudzu vines growing all over or the apprehension and anxiety everyone feels as soon as they step foot in town.

Though Colburn had planned to stay away from Red Bluff, since the loss of his father years ago, the town has been calling to him. As soon as he arrives, he knows that it is a bad place and yet he stays.

When he meets Celia, the owner of the loca Ominous. When he meets Celia, the owner of the local bar, he feels a pull. A pull he wishes he could escape as he has escaped everything else in life and yet for the first time he cannot.

When the Grifters arrive in town, they of course, feel right at home. The child begins fending for the man and the woman, gathering food and other goods just as he was taught.

The child however recognizes something. Feels it and yet he can do nothing. Then there is a mystical quality to this novel that surprised me.

Surprised and admittedly felt esoteric, for lack of a better word. It had me questioning everything that I know to be true and for that I must give Michael Farris Smith kudos.

A buddy read with Kaceey. Published on Goodreads on 6. View all 37 comments. May 03, Luvtoread rated it really liked it. Dark, Bleak And Sinister!

Welcome to Red Bluff Mississippi an aged small town that has seen better days and the hills that have been taken up by the ever present and fast growing kudzu vines swallowing some houses and cars and anything that had been left in their pathway.

Sheriff Myers, a fair and honest man has lived in Red Bluff for a long time and is used to the slow pace and proud that he keeps his little town safe from the big city crimes until the day three drifters wandered into his haven Dark, Bleak And Sinister!

Sheriff Myers, a fair and honest man has lived in Red Bluff for a long time and is used to the slow pace and proud that he keeps his little town safe from the big city crimes until the day three drifters wandered into his haven and slowly but surely people are starting to disappear and there is a presence of evil in the atmosphere near the hills and coming closer to what used to be a safe place to live.

This was a gloomy and very bleak story with hints of the supernatural looming in the background allowing your imagination to take over and create unseen possible creatures or ghostly beings hovering just where you are searching and then leaving you wondering what is real and what was the character really seeing and hearing.

The timeless storytelling is wonderfully written with a southern gothic style. I enjoyed all the characters and many of the moral challenges that had been brought in to play showing the vulnerability of some of their hearts.

This was my first Michael Farris Smith book but certainly not my last and I highly recommend this story to any horror reader or anyone who enjoys dark gothic styles of writing.

I want to thank the publisher "Little Brown Company" and Netgalley for the opportunity to read this marvelously written book! View all 12 comments.

Jun 18, Libby rated it really liked it Shelves: published-in , read-in , suspense , on-the-southern-literary-trail , atmospheric , paranormal , southern-gothic.

This is a story with an ominous sense of foreboding, one in which chilly fingers of dread will accompany you to sleep at night.

Smith builds unbearable suspense in his setting of Red Bluffs, Mississippi, where kudzu is almost a character in the story.

The tone of the story is of a creeping evil, of which the kudzu is symbolic. The evil is slowly coming in and wanting to take over.

Like a heavy presence that was This is a story with an ominous sense of foreboding, one in which chilly fingers of dread will accompany you to sleep at night.

Like a heavy presence that was just out of my line of vision, the jimjams crawling on my skin signaled awareness.

Even before that, he never felt accepted, and afterward, the cloak of alienation draped him, body and soul.

In a flatbed truck loaded down with scrap metal, rebar, and the various elements that make up the art of an industrial sculptor, Colburn rides back into Red Bluff.

People would stop by the windows and watch him bending and welding the pipes and metal like some demon in a fiery furnace.

One day Celia shows up and invites him to join her at her bar. Before Colburn arrived, a family of three on their way to Tennessee, break down in their Cadillac.

They are as broke down as their car. They are not really a family, but they seem to be father, mother, and son. Smith calls them, man, woman, and boy throughout the novel.

Seemingly running on basic needs, all the finer things that create a family are missing. It is the boy who earns my sympathy. What a horrible plight for him to be born into this family where love is as foreign as house, backyard, school, friends.

There is a guy with a white hat in this story. He warns the family that their car has to be moved, and offers to get it to a mechanic.

The next day the car is gone, but the family is still there; the woman and the boy picking up cans and pilfering garbage. Myer is a stabilizing force and I was mighty happy to meet him, the first, what seemed to me, psychologically healthy individual in the story.

However, Myer is not observant enough and serves somewhat as a cautionary figure. I like his sometimes incomplete sentences as well as his use of creative compound words, like cherryred, woodframe, halfmoon, and my favorite, sunkeyed.

View all 43 comments. Mar 28, Liz rated it really liked it Shelves: netgalley. This book is so well written, but it still took me a while to get invested in the story and the characters.

A strange family comes to a small Mississippi town. So, they take to living on the outskirts of town. Meanwhile, a man returns to the town where he spent his youth.

These new individuals manage to stir things up - fights break out, children go missing. Smith gives you a total sense of place and time. The characters all have troubles, there are no happy souls here.

The writing reminds me of Faulkner, true southern literature. Sparse and lush at the same time. This is a book that starts slow but picks up the pace as it goes on.

I wanted to flip pages as fast as I could but also wanted to savor the experience and the writing.

I was left shaking my head at the horror of it all. My thanks to netgalley and Little, Browns and Company for an advance copy of this book.

View all 8 comments. Recommended to Paula by: Elyse Walters. Shelves: suspense-thriller , published , southern-lit , audio-book , read-in , favorite-authors.

Michael Farris Smith is such a phenomenal author. I loved Desperation Road. I preferred Desperation Road compared to Blackwood, but it was still well done.

View all 28 comments. May 26, Diane Barnes rated it it was amazing. I have read all of Smith's books since Rivers, and have loved them all, but this surpasses everything else.

My Lord! I'm not sure how far into himself the author had to reach to pull out this story, but no one is better at showing us lost and damned characters just trying to survive their own demons on a daily basis.

What if someone had said that to I have read all of Smith's books since Rivers, and have loved them all, but this surpasses everything else.

What if someone had said that to me. It's not your fault. That's the way it is with his books; a slow build up getting to know the characters, then rooting for their redemption in the end.

This is his best book yet, and I can never look at a kudzu covered area again without wondering what it's hiding.

View all 30 comments. Mar 02, Linda rated it it was amazing Shelves: 5-star-winners , horror , nature-themes , southern-grit , historical-fiction , fiction , net-galley , michael-farris-smith.

When song writers take pen to paper, they may create lilting lullabies that waft like smoke drifting in your direction.

When Michael Farris Smith strums words to page, he sets off a superb Aria encircling your soul initially with its subtle timbre. As the storyline plays out, the mind of the reader is filled bountifully while veering towards the quake of a final crashing crescendo.

Smith reaches back into something fearful. Something fearful that bears no name. It reared its ugly head in the sum When song writers take pen to paper, they may create lilting lullabies that waft like smoke drifting in your direction.

It reared its ugly head in the summer of in the Mississippi Hill Country nestled among the intrusive kudzu vines.

Vines that slowly take over everything in its path It's when young Colburn, hardly twelve years old, came to call his father from the garage for supper.

He paused with his hand on the doorknob Life changed forever. But birds come home to roost, once again, as Colburn returns to that town of Red Bluff in His past is his past or could it ever be?

Colburn is now a sculptor who uses common items to create his works. There's no hubcap, wire, or slice of metal that he can't re-purpose into his art form.

Red Bluff has advertised for free rent on abandoned storefronts in town to artists for their studios. The price is right.

Or will "free" cost him more than what he bargained for? Dust rises in heavy clouds from the backend of a battered old Cadillac.

It sputters its last breath upon reaching the parking lot of Red Bluff's post office and dies. Three of its occupants, man, woman, and boy, look at each other in dismay.

This was not planned as they sit amongst the remains of old food cans, filthy blankets, and remnants of torn clothes.

Enter Myer, the over-weight past-his-prime sheriff with a bad back. Myer tries to get information from this trio with no success. Passing through is not happening here.

Man, woman, and boy with no names eventually push the Cadillac to a shady spot on the edge of town near those choking kudzu vines.

They'll wait it out until their luck changes. The likelihood of that happening doesn't seem too likely about now. But keep an eye on these three, more is yet to come.

Back to Colburn, our artist, who has settled into that storefront. He eventually finds the local watering hole of a bar owned by a red-haired attractive woman by the name of Celia.

She and Colburn will be swappin' secrets and will find themselves at the receiving end of just that. Colburn can't escape his past and neither can Celia.

The dark stuff always rises to the surface. Michael Farris Smith is a brilliant wordsmith. I've savored everything that he has written.

My absolute favorite is Desperation Road in which he has artfully placed a finger on the pulse of downtrodden humanity. He does this again in Blackwood wrapping this one in a distinct darkness that resides on the periphery of real and unreal.

A truly gifted writer, Smith's novels pull up a chair and remain with you forever. I received a copy of Blackwood through NetGalley for an honest review.

View all 17 comments. Mar 14, Carol rated it liked it Shelves: published , read , ebook , fiction. Dec 08, Laura rated it it was amazing Shelves: southern-trail-group-reads , first-reads.

I loved them all. This whole book MFS stretches you to breaking points over and over. So, when do the days get longer?

Probably some correlation with the book release day. I thought William Gay was macabre, well Michael Farris Smith, took some notes and then kicked butt in the sinister realm.

Just Wow!!! This one is deep. MFS is a huge Brown fan But still a good correlation. Third reading june doing audio and physical book for The Trail.

Thinking of his own life as a boy. View all 13 comments. Mar 04, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it liked it Shelves: lil-bit-of-chickenfriend , daddy-issues , i-suck-turtles , read-in , black-as-mitchell-s-heart , i-read-it-wrong , arcs.

When Should You Use Blackwood? The generally agreed prerequisites for bidding Blackwood are:. Trump suit has been agreed You are interested in exploring the possibility of slam You have no useless doubletons or void suit see next section Partner's last bid was in a suit not NT.

Mistake 1: Confusing Blackwood With Quantitative 4NT The other main use of 4NT is as a quantitative bid asking partner to pass or bid 6NT, and there are a few circumstances where it may be easy to get the two confused.

In this situation it is more common to play 4NT as quantitative and denying four hearts, and I would assume this usage if playing with a new partner.

However, as with everything in Bridge, agreements differ. Take a look at the following hand for an example:. Competitive Bidding The unbalanced hand shapes that enable many trump slams are often mirrored in the hand shapes of your opponents, which means you might face competition, even at the 5-level.

South, convinced slam is an option, bids 4NT to ask for aces, but West intervenes to interfere with their bidding and as a potential sacrifice.

Partnership Discussion Points For such a simple convention, there are a surprisingly large number of ways to get it wrong. Which Blackwood?

There's more than one type, so check you're both using the same convention! Which common sequences lead to Gerber and which to Blackwood?

What convention will you use if your opponents interfere? Do you ever use 5NT to ask for kings when you are missing an ace? Sometimes asking for cards is the wrong approach, and players should also learn cue-bidding.

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Da mich die Autorin aber mit der Grundidee angesprochen hat, werde ich ihr sicherlich Schafkopf Reihenfolge einmal eine Chance geben. Und zu den Briefen: Die kamen so wenig vor, dass man sie auch fast hatte weglassen können… An Shopping Queen Spiele haben sie nicht viel zur Story beigetragen. Arian fand ich als Charakter ganz interessant, aber man erfährt leider nicht viel über ihn, sodass er eher Wetten Daas blieb. Wazamba Ich finde es sehr Humorvoll erzählt, was die Geschichte leicht anhören lässt. Irgendwie blieb bei mir Gefühl zurück, als Blackwood Britta MeГџi Position versucht zu viele Ideen ins Buch zu quetschen, die sie dann aber gar nicht alle richtig verfolgen konnte und teilweise sogar aus den Augen verloren hat. Ich habe mich sehr gut mit ihr identifizieren können.

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Hier soll sie Was WeiГџt Du Verwandten leben. Da hätte man das ganze einfach komplett streichen sollen. Der Inhalt hat mich auch sofort angesprochen. Fraenn Beste Spielothek in Seewis im Pratigau finden 5 Monaten. Als sie mit niemanden sprechen kann, schreibt sie einen Brief an sich selbst, aber mit einer Antwort von ihrem zukünftigen Ich, hätte sie nie gerechnet. Blackwood Geschichte spielt im beschaulichen Blackwood, einem kleinen SГјdkorea Deutschland Wm in Irland. Das Buch ist gut geschrieben und lässt sich Smava Test leicht lesen. Bei Magie habe ich mir irgendwie etwas anderes erhofft. Gmt+2 Deutschland Hörbuch ist gut gemacht, auch wenn Btc Kurs Usd die Geschichte nicht überzeugen konnte. Als sie dem Charme des gutaussehenden Arian verfällt, muss sie feststellen, dass selbst er einem vorgezeichneten Weg zu folgen scheint und das Schicksal ihr hier von vornherein keine Chance gibt. Aber das macht den Charme des Buches aus. Die kann doch keiner nachmachen! Melde dich Blackwood LovelyBooks an, entdecke neuen Lesestoff Beste Spielothek in Sittmannshof finden aufregende Buchaktionen. Der ist an sie selbst adressiert — von ihrem Zukunfts-Ich! Ähnliche Bücher für noch mehr Lesestunden. Als Blackwood 15jährige Gesine nach dem Tod ihrer Mutter in die Heimatstadt ihrer Mutter zu ihrer Tante nach Blackwood Beste Spielothek in Werkleitz finden fühlt sie sich völlig fremd und allein. Das Cremefarbene finde ich bei Büchern immer ganz besonders toll und die Libelle gliedert sich hervorra Stellenweise etwas lahmso dass ich mich auf die Radionews gefreut habe.

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Director: Adam Wimpenny. Some experts Kantar for one [2] recommend the 5NT reply to 4NT — the cheapest with no standard assigned meaning — to show a void plus two aces and six of a suit to show a void in the bid suit plus one ace.

A variation of the standard Blackwood convention, known as Roman Blackwood , was popularized by the famous Italian Blue Team in the s.

In Roman Blackwood, the responses are even more ambiguous, but more space-conserving. The basic outline of responses is:. In practice, the ambiguity is unlikely to occur, as a strength difference between hands with 0 or 1 and 3 or 4 aces is big enough that it can be established in previous rounds of bidding.

In other words, a partner who has previously shown, for example, range of high points is unlikely to hold 3 aces for his bid, etc.

In all variants, they denote 2 aces. It developed from the Roman Blackwood variant see above. According to RKCB there are five equivalent key cards rather than just the four aces: the trump king is counted as the 5th key card.

The key card replies to 4NT are more compressed than standard ones and they also begin to locate the queen of trumps. Although the replies to 4NT are more compressed, it is almost always possible to infer which number of keycards is correct: 0 or 3, 1 or 4, 2 or 5.

Evidence for that inference includes the entire auction as well as the number of key cards that the 4NT bidder holds.

Responder may also show the queen with extra length in trumps, where the ace and king will probably draw all outstanding cards in the suit.

The code for replies to that "queen ask" vary; a common rule is that the cheapest bid in the trump suit denies the queen or extra length and any other call shows it.

An option is for the positive calls to show a feature, such as a king in that suit, and 6 of the trump suit can show the queen of trumps with no outside kings.

Roman Key Card Blackwood is predicated on existence of a trump suit, which determines which of the four kings and queens responder should show as key cards.

Trump agreement is not necessary, however. One common rule is that the last suit bid before 4NT bid is the key suit, lacking trump agreement. Some partnerships use the club response to show 1 or 4 and the diamond response to show 3 or none, dubbed "" coincidentally the score for making a vulnerable small slam in a major suit , with the original version being dubbed "" when distinction is necessary.

In order to facilitate the Queen Ask, an experts' version has been developed, where "" is used by the strong hand and "" is used by the weak hand.

There are specific rules which determine when the asker hand is the weak one and when it is the strong one.

Again there are five key cards, including the trump king, but unlike RKCB, the queen of trumps is not considered.

This is advocated by Bernard Magee as being simpler for club players, as with RKCB players are sometimes unsure whether partner holds 0 or 3 key cards, or 1 or 4.

Instead it is the 4-level bid immediately above the agreed trump suit; i. Kickback has the advantage that it saves bidding space and, especially for minor-suit fits, provides safety at the 5-level if the required key cards are missing.

Because the Kickback bid would otherwise be a control bid, 4NT is usually substituted as the control bid in that suit e. The drawback is that in unpracticed partnerships there can be confusion as to whether a bid is Kickback, a control bid or preference for a different strain:.

As result, a reasonable grand slam in diamonds was missed. Once key cards have been identified the next step bid other than trumps can be used to ask for Kings.

One advantage of this approach is that it avoids the potential for misunderstanding that can occur when using Minorwood but one disadvantage is that it uses up one more bid than Minorwood and might constrain the bidding later when asking for Kings or Queens.

The ask will be at the four level. One disadvantage to this convention is that either the partnership must agree to lose the natural 4 level bid in trumps or have clear agreement on which sequences are slam seeking and which are natural bids.

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