LESSON 35.1: GENERAL RULES FOR USING DEFENSIVE SIGNALS

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a) The attitude signal is the most frequently used

b) The attitude signal is usually given on partner's first lead in a suit and when discarding in an suit not led yet

c) The count signal is usually given when following to declarer's lead in a suit or when discarding in a suit already led

d) The preference signal is usually given when it is obvious that attitude or count signals would be useless

e) The preference signal is used less frequently than the two other signals

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