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What's "no"? explanation shouldn't be confused

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Posted 2021-September-04, 23:49

Just a simple auction, but what exactly does "no " mean? It's quite confused and should be explained in a more clear way
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Posted 2021-September-05, 00:54

View Postcvcherry, on 2021-September-04, 23:49, said:

Just a simple auction, but what exactly does "no " mean? It's quite confused and should be explained in a more clear way
Soloway jump shift rebid


It is a completely bizarre description. Having a solid, strong spade suit AND no spades simultaneously.
In all the hands I've played against robots where this odd description appears, it always means a solid, strong suit.
It's as if they are creating a Schrödingers cat thought experiment where the cat always survives.
non est deus ex machina; även maskiner behöver lite kärlek, J'ai toujours misé sur l'étrange gentillesse des robots.
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Posted 2021-September-05, 01:22

It's meant to say no spade loser, I expect. Loser probably filtered out as a bad word ;)
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