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Echoing Your Bridge Partner - 01/27/2013
Some players use the echo only when they can trump the third round of a suit. The echo is a signal used by Bridge players to show ability to win the third round of the suit either with a trump or a high card. If your partner leads the K and then the A when you hold only two cards of that suit, show you can trump the third round by playing first the higher and then the lower. If you hold the Q and your partner leads the K and A, show in the same manner that you can win the third round of the suit. Don't echo with an honour; it may deceive your partner. At "no-trump" the echo is used to encourage partner to continue that suit. On a doubled spade, if your partner leads a high trump, echo with three by playing the intermediate trump to the first round.

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