Danish ASKING BID

Bids that shows a cue-bid is, when you use asking bid, asking for control
n the bidding suit. The first time you bid asking bid you ask for control
in the suit and how many aces partner has. The king in the trumps suit
is an ace. If a sidesuit is bidden and supported the king in that suit
is also an ace. The person that bids asking bid is the captain in further
bidding.

Answer on the first asking bid question:

The asking bid bidder asks for at least 2. control (king/singleton) in the
suit. Answer:
1. Step: No cotrol / Control, but 0 Aces.
2. Step: Control & 1/4 Aces
3. Step: Control & 2/5 Aces
4. Step: Control & 3/6 Aces or void & 0 Aces
5. Step: Void & 1/4 Aces
6. Step: Void & 2/5 Aces
7. Step: Void & 3 Aces

If your opponents makes an overbid on a asking bid bid, we bid like this:
Pass: 1 Step
Dbl/Rdbl: 2 Step
Cheapest bid: 3 Step

You could of course agree to use DOPI/ROPI

If the answer hand has denied over 10 Hcp. ou may use one extra step:

1. Step: No control
2. Step: Control & 0 Aces
3. Step: Control & Aces
And so on.

A new asking bid bid after a negative answer (1. Step)

If you got an negative answer on the first asking bid bid you have 4 possibilities:
1) You bid the final contract in the trump suit.
2) You use the asking bid in a new suit. The answers are like before.
3) You ask for aces with 4NT (or 5NT)
4) You bid the asking suit one more time. Now you want to know
if your partner has at least 3. control (queen/double)
The answers are like before.

After 2 negative answers:

If your partner has bid negative twice (in two suits) you can ask once
more.Since you have got two negative answers on the asking bidit is highly
possible that the answer hand has no aces. This is why you drop the Ace
bids and the scale looks like this:
1. Step: No 2. control
2. Step: 2. Control
3. Step: 2. Control & Trump queen

Partner gave a positive answer on the asking bid:

After a positive answer on the asking bid you know how many aces your partner
got. The further scale is like above. Remember that if you ask for
controls that has not been shown. First 1./2. control, then at least 3.
control. and so on.

If you right away asks in the suit you got a positive answer in you
show a void in that suit. You then want to know if your partner
has the ace in that suit:
1. Step: Have the ace in the suit
2. Step: Don't have the ace in the suit
3. Step: Don't have the ace the suit & Trump Queen
If the answer hand has denied a void in the suit, the bid asks for
3. control.

After negative answer on the 2 asking bids
If you got a positive answer in one suit, and then a negative
answer in another suit you can bid the suit you got a
positive answer in first. You now want's to know about 3.
control + Trump Queen.

Positive answer on two asking bids

After two positive answers on the asking bid you know about the aces
and the Trump Queen. If want to ask more the scale is:
1. Step: No control (Control that not is shown)
2. Step: Control

How to use 4NT

After a negative answer 4NT asks for aces. After a positive answer
4NT asks for Trump Queen. With the Trump Queen you bid 6 in the
trump suit (Also with extra cards in the trump that could eliminate
the need of the queen). Wihout the Queen you bid 5 in the Trump suit.

After two positive answers 4NT asks for extra values. With good extra
values, that is not shown, you bid 6 in the trump suit. Without extra
values you bid 5 in the trump suit.

How to use 5NT

5NT is used in the way as 4NT. If you got two negative answers 5NT asks
for extra values. With only negative answers and you have passed 4NT
5NT asks for ace.
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