~Match These Terms and Definitions

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1. Jacoby 2NT
2. Splinter Bids
3. Inverted Minors
4. Roman Key Card
5. Minorwood (Keycard Gerber)
6. Michaels
7. Unusual NT

A. A convention used after an opponent’s opening bid to show the two lowest unbid suits and either a weak or strong hand.
B. A convention used to show 4-card or better support for partner’s suit and shortness in the bid suit,
C. A convention used to ask for keycards in the agreed minor suit.
D. A convention used after an opponent’s opening bid to show a two-suited hand either in the major-suits or in the unbid major and an unspecified minor.
E. A convention used to show an opening hand with 4+ cards in partner’s major suit and slam interest if the two hands match in other suits.
F. A convention used to ask about keycards in the agreed major suit.
G. A convention showing a minor-suit fit, no 4-card major, and game interest in 3NT if the partnership has the unbid suits stopped.

1. E
2. B
3. G
4. F
5. C
6. D
7. A

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