In bridge, each player bids or passes until everybody else passes after one player's bid. Once somebody has made a bid, each following bid must be higher than the previous one, or a double or redouble bid. Clubs is the lowest suit, then diamonds, hearts, spades, and finally no trump. After one of each of these suits comes two of a suit and so on up to 7.

Bridge bidding follows certain conventions which allows players partial knowledge of their partners' hands.

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