Daily Problem 3243 – Compressing four losers into three
09 Dec

With North-South silent, West opens 1 and rebids 4 over East’s 3, all pass. North leads the J. Plan the play.

08 Dec

What would you do as North?



07 Dec

What would you do as North?

06 Dec

West leads the 2 (attitude leads, low-like): three – ten – jack. South continues with the 2: three – ace – four, followed by the 10: five – six – king. What would you play as West at trick 4?

05 Dec

West starts with the A: five – ten from East (high-discouraging) – four from South. What do you play at trick 2?

04 Dec

South’s 1NT opening showed 15-17 points. What would you do as West?

03 Dec

What would you do as East?



02 Dec

West leads the 5: two – ace – 6. South leads the K: ace – four – two. What do you play next?

01 Dec

West leads the Q: six – ace – three. East continues with the K, four from South. Which card do you play?

30 Nov

What would you do as South?



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