OTHER CONVENTION CALLS
Since new minor forcing , weak jump shifts, and 4th suit forcing are so common, there are boxes to check and lines to the right of the box to add a further description of the method. For new minor and 4th suit, make notes if some auctions are game-forcing and some aren't.
There are several other lines to put special understandings, such as defenses to Michaels cuebids or unusual notrump.
New Minor Forcing:
Check this box if after opener's 1NT rebid you play that a rebid by responder of 2 of a new minor is artificial and forcing and asks for clarification about opener's support for responder's major.
If you play that both 2 and
Weak Jump Shifts:
If you play that a jump shift by responder shows a long suit with a weak hand, check this box and write your agreement ("Over Minors", "In Competition") on the line to the right of the box.
4th Suit Forcing:
If you play that in an uncontested auction, a bid of the fourth suit by responder is artificial and forcing, check the box to indicate if the bid is a 1 Round force or a Game force.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to make sure your methods are legal for the event. Consult the appropriate convention chart, usually the ACBL General Convention Chart, occasionally the ACBL Mid-Chart or SuperChart. If there is any doubt, consult with the tournament director