Daily Problem 3555 – Double Option
29 Aug

The bidding is a little wild in today's Daily Problem, see what you can do in a contract of 4 .

28 Aug

North is the dealer with North - South vulnerable, South is declarer and has made a contract of 5 , you have a strong hand. How do you plan the defence?

27 Aug

West is the dealer with North - South vulnerable, you are East and your partner has passed throughout the bidding, your opponents are showing a 4-3-3-3 pattern, and you hold the A and A. What do you bid from 3 ?

26 Aug

East is the dealer with nil vulnerable, your partner has just bid 5 , West has bid 5 , diamonds is your long suit and you hold the A , Q, and J. What do you bid as North?

25 Aug

After examining the hand you've been dealt in today's Daily Problem, you've got to decide whether or not to open the bidding with 2 .

24 Aug

With neither side vulnerable, East opens 1 in third seat. What would you do as South with two K, Q, A, A, K, a void in diamonds and hearts as your long suit.

23 Aug

North is the dealer with both vulnerable, the contract is 5 , doubled by West. West leads the 6. Now you have to plan the play.

22 Aug

West is the dealer with North - South vulnerable. West has started the bidding at 5 , north has doubled and East has passed. What do you do as South with K, Q, K, and a void in diamonds?

21 Aug

South is the dealer with East - West vulnerable. South has started the bidding at 1NT, East has doubled. What do you bid as South with A, K, Q, and Q?

20 Aug

East is the dealer with North - South vulnerable. The contract is 3NT, doubled by West. West leads the Q. It's your job to plan the play for the North - South partnership.

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