Carrot Club

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Carrot Club (or Morotsklöver in Swedish) is a strong club system, developed in the 1970s and played in international teams championships by Danielle Nughes, Anders Morath and Sven-Olov Flodquist.[1] They won the European teams championships in 1977 and placed third in the World teams championships in 1977 and 1991.

Some features of the system are a natural 4+card 1 opening, canapé-openings with longer -suit, Carrot 1NT (a "wide" 1NT-opening showing 13-17 hcp; if 13-14, may not have a 4-card major), and the Carrot 4NT slam convention.


  1. ^ Manley, Brent; Horton, Mark; Greenberg-Yarbro, Tracey; Rigal, Barry, eds. (2011). The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge (7th ed.). Horn Lake, MS: American Contract Bridge League. p. 347. ISBN 978-0-939460-99-1.

Further reading[edit]

  • Sven-Olov Flodqvist, Morotsklövern (Swedish title), Stockholm 1978. ISBN 91-85024-52-X