Main Structure 7G71 by Richard Pavlicek
The name also had to be changed (e.g., unusual over unusual sounds stupid if the enemy bid is Michaels) so invisible cue-bids were born. (This was introduced in 1981 in Modern Bridge Conventions, a book I co-authored with Bill Root.) Alas, the name didnt catch on.
3 NT jump
3 NT nonjump
Any jump cue*
10+; creates forcing auction
6-9; 6+ (good 5) cards; NF
9-11; natural with fit; I
12-14; natural with fit; NF
9-14; natural with fit; NF
10+; raise of suit opened
10+ HCP; 5+ cards in the 4th suit; F
13+; splinter raise; GF
*A bid is a cue-bid only if the suit was specifically shown. The higher cue is available only when two specific suits were shown.
2. After doubling, if responder next bids a new suit or a suit implied by the enemy, it is natural and forcing below game.
3. If responder passes over the two-suited overcall and later bids a suit implied by the enemy, it is natural and nonforcing.
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