In most games at Trumps, normal system regulations apply, with red systems and brown sticker conventions allowed. However, in most games starting with a talk, only green systems are allowed, although blue systems may be permitted at the director's discretion. Normal alerting regulations apply. Within these limits, you and your partner may play any system you like.
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Various Uses For 1NT : 2C - Benjamin Twos
Benjamin Twos are Bridge opening conventions. But weak or preemptive opening bids at the second level are in common use in most natural bidding systems today. In other words and as opening bids at the second level, both minors are used to show two different levels of strength. This opening bid can well be said to be the main feature of Benjamin Twos. For balanced and semi-balanced hands a common requirement is to have at least 24 HCP on the own hand, but can well be less with a long solid suit.
Benjamin 2-Bids/French Two Bids
Normally the weak-two refers to a major, but it is becoming common to include a weak diamond suit. We shall adopt the traditional approach. Firstly the frequency of hands is much greater than the traditional Acol strong 2 bid. Secondly, it follows the modern trend in bridge to be destructive rather than constructive — i. However it still manages to retain the equivalent of the Acol strong 2 bids by a slightly roundabout way. This means that a direct 2NT opening bid should be points see Note 1. Whilst this may seem easier to learn, it is technically less sound see Appendix. A strong single-suited hand but may have a secondary four-card suit , or points balanced.
This clever structure, was devised by Albert Benjamin of Glasgow, incorporates weak twos, game-forcing twos and Acol twos hands about one trick short of game. The 2 opening is equivalent to the 2 game force. The style of response is akin to responding to the game-force 2 opening. The major difference is that 2 is the negative response so that with a positive hand and hearts as the main suit, you must respond 3 , not 2. This is a disadvantage, to be sure, but those who play Benjamin Twos believe this is a small price to pay for the ability to cope sensibly with those hands in the zone or just short of game in playing tricks. It is not recommended to open 2 with a balanced hand. With balanced, open 2NT. With more, open 2. With less, start at the 1-level.