jump bid

jump bid

n.
1. Games A bridge bid that skips at least one level of bidding.
2. A bid, as in an auction, for more than is necessary or required in order to have the winning bid.

jump bid

n
(Bridge) bridge a bid by the responder at a higher level than is necessary

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n.
a bid in bridge higher than necessary to reach the next bidding level, usu. indicating exceptional strength.
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Avery (1998) has shown that a jump bid may be used to intimidate one's opponents and serves as a correlating device among bidders.
Borgers and Dustmann (2005), in analyzing the United Kingdom's sale of licenses for third-generation mobile telephone services, found that, although the majority of bids in the auction were the lowest admissible bids, there were a significant number of jump bids.
Under the suggested equilibrium, jump bids favor the bidders.
The authors observed jump bids but concluded that their influence is only on speed and not on final prices or allocation.
financial bidder will emerge and make a jump bid, stacking the deck in
as strategic buyers, should be willing to make a jump bid provided that
asymmetries that would be obstacles to a financial jump bid.
Media buyer David Bagley, who was associated with the Jump bid, wanted to know more details about programming before deciding to place business.
90 in the 200 as a solid base for his long jump bid at this weekend's Midland Counties campionships.
First, we consider two models in which the propensity to jump bid occurs at least partially in response to the public goods nature of the seller's revenue.
Figure 1 displays the propensity of individual bidders to jump bid in the 1999 church auction, the 2000 church auction, and the 2001 school auction.
Church 1999, Church 2000, and School) we conducted two estimations: a probit analysis of the incidence of a jump bid of any magnitude, and a tobit regression on the magnitude of the bid increment.