Bridge 101

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What does the term doubleton mean?

A suit containing only two cards.

What does the term singleton mean?

A suit containing only one card.

What does the term void mean?

Holding no cards of a suit.

What is the only hand pattern containing no doubleton, singleton or void?

4-3-3-3
aka four-triple-three

Another term to describe Hand Pattern is...

Shape of the hand.

A hand that has no voids, no singletons and no more than one doubleton is described as....

balanced.

By definition, how is the following hand pattern classified?
5-4-3-1

Unbalanced. It has a singleton.

By definition, how is the following hand pattern classified?
5-4-2-2

Unbalanced. It has two doubletons.

Of the following most common hand patterns, how many are balanced?
4-4-3-2
5-3-3-2
5-4-3-1
5-4-2-2
4-3-3-3

Three.
4-4-3-2
5-3-3-2
4-3-3-3
(aka four-triple-three)