Bidding NIL - what does it mean?

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Posted on May 23rd 2008  -  Subject: Bidding NIL - what does it mean?
What does the "NIL" option mean when I am bidding? If it's ZERO tricks that it means, then how many points can I win if I'm correct? What if I'm wrong and I bid NIL but I end up getting 2 tricks or something?
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Posted on May 24th 2008
good question...if you get zero tricks the you get the amount of points that are listed in the game description...it is usually 100. Some games have NO Nil which means this option is not available.
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Posted on May 24th 2008
It is actually usually 50 and a BNIL is usually the one that is 100, as well as the one that is sometimes not offered, also if you go over it counts as a bag...be aware of that too
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Posted on Jul 18th 2008
most of the games ive tried bags havent been an issue for any players you really have bid low to go over bag count
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