The Precision Club system described on this site is not
a "standard" version of Precision. Indeed it is not even a standard version of Super-Precision. Precision Club itself does not use Asking Bids and does have some features that are not often used in normal practice today (eg: 2-way Stayman). I make no apologies for the fact that the system I teach is not "classic" Precision: Over the years I have arrived at a system that really works for me but even now the system is constantly evolving as new methods come along. In case you are looking for a description of "Standard Precision" what appears below is a fairly simple description of basic Precision.
Opening Bids Summary
- 1♣ = 16+, any distribution. The only exception is 22-23 balanced (opened 2NT)
- 1♦ = 11-15 with a hand unsuitable for an opening of
1♥, 1♠, 1NT, 2♣ or 2♦.
It denies having a 5-card Major or a 6-card Club suit unless it's weak.
- 1♥ = 11-15 with 5-card Hearts (Spades shorter)
- 1♠ = 11-15 with 5-card Spades (Hearts not longer)
- 1NT = 13-15 throughout (balanced or semi-balanced with a 5-card Minor)
- 2♣ = 11-15 with a fairly good 6-card Club suit or a 5-card Clubs Suit with a 4-card Major.
- 2♦ = 11-15 with exactly 4414 shape (singleton Diamond).
- 2♥ = 5-9 with a 6-card Heart suit.
- 2♠ = 5-9 with a 6-card Spade suit.
- 2NT = 22-23 balanced.
- Normal pre-empts.