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Auction Rules

Find the rules and methods to play the game of AUCTION.

A New Deal

A New Plan For Overbidding

Avoid Opening New Suits

Bidding Over One Spade

Blocking The Dummy

Bystanders

Cards Exposed Before Play

Cards Exposed During Play

Cards Played In Error

Case 1

Case 10

Case 11

Case 12

Case 2

Case 3

Case 4

Case 5

Case 6

Case 7

Case 8

Case 9

Continuation Of The Bidding

Cutting

Cutting Out

Decisions By The Card Committee Of The Whist Club Of New York

Declarer's Play Of A Suit Declaration

Declarer's Play Of No-trump

Declaring Trumps

Difference Between Play In Auction And Bridge

Doubling

Doubling And Redoubling

Dummy

Etiquette Of Auction Bridge

Exception To The No-trump Rule

Flag-flying

Fourth Hand Declarations

General Play Of The Declarer

General Rules

Hands In Which A Trump Declaration Is Doubtful

Hands In Which The No-trump Declaration Is Doubtful

How Second Hand Should Bid After An Offensive Declaration

How To Bid Against Two Or Three Spades

How To Declare Two-suit Hands

How To Lead Against A No-trump

How To Lead To A Double

How To Return Partner's Lead

Introduction

Leading

Leads Out Of Turn

New Cards

Number-showing Leads

Original Declarations By The Dealer

Play By Declarer's Adversaries

Play For An Even Break

Playing For Game

Right Of Entry

Scoring

Scoring And Score-sheets

Second Hand Declarations

Shuffling

Suit Declarations

Summarized Penalties

The Bid Of One No-trump

The Bid Of Three Spades

The Bid Of Two Spades

The Choice Between A Game And A Double

The Deal

The Declaration

The Discard

The Double Of One Spade

The Finesse

The Laws Of Auction Bridge

The Lead Against A Suit Declaration

The Play

The Revoke

The Rubber

The Shift

The Signal

The Tables

The Three Spade Bid

The Two Bid In Diamonds Or Clubs

The Two Spade Bid

Third Hand Declarations

Various Ideas Of The Two Spade Bid

What Third Hand Should Bid When Second Hand Has Declared

What To Do When The Partner Is Doubled

When All Three Players Have Made Offensive Declarations

When One Club Or One Diamond Has Been Declared

When One Heart Or One Royal Has Been Declared

When The Dealer And Second Hand Have Made Offensive Declarations And The Third Hand Passed

When The Dealer And Third Hand Have Made Offensive Declarations And The Second Hand Passed

When The Dealer Has Called One Spade And The Second Hand Passed

When The Dealer Has Made A Defensive And Both The Second And Third Hands Offensive Declarations

When The Dealer Has Shown Strength And The Second Hand Passed

When The Dealer's Defensive Declaration Has Been The Only Bid

When The Only Offensive Declaration Has Been Made By The Dealer

When The Only Offensive Declaration Has Been Made By The Second Hand

When The Only Offensive Declaration Has Been Made By The Third Hand

When Three Spades Has Been Declared

When To Advance The Bid

When To Bid No-trump

When To Bid No-trump Over A Suit

When To Bid Three In Either Royals Or Hearts

When To Bid Two In Either Royals Or Hearts

When To Bid Two No-trumps

When To Bid Two No-trumps Over One No-trump

When To Make A Trump Declaration

When To Overbid A Partner's No-trump

When To Overbid One No-trump With Two No-trumps

When To Overbid The Partner

When To Overbid With Strong Clubs

When To Redouble

When Two Diamonds Or Two Clubs Has Been Declared

When Two Hearts Or Two Royals Has Been Declared

When Two Spades Has Been Declared