Go slowly when bidding slams
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Make sure you double only artificial bids for lead direction. Doubling a natural bid for lead direction could get you in to trouble.
There are many examples of how to handle big hands with 18-21 points. The problem with those big hands is that they occur so rarely that we don’t get a lot of practice bidding them.
Always remember, Aces are meant to capture Kings and Queens, not Twos and Threes.
There sometimes are strange things that can happen in Bridge. One of them is that an opponent can steal your bid, or that of your partner, in No-Trump bidding sequences.
Periodically all of us make a mistake in the bidding of our hands. If we make a mistake, how do we ethically attempt to minimize the damage and get our bidding back on track?