Daily Problem 3615 – The Switchita Linesman
28 Oct

North is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. North has bid 3 and East has passed. What do you bid as South with a hand that includes K, J and the A?

27 Oct

West is the dealer with both vulnerable. South has made the contract 5 , doubled by East, and North has extreme length in both minors. West leads the K, how should East plan the defence with a hand that includes A, K, and the A?

26 Oct

Both sides are vulnerable and the dealer on your right opens 1 . What would you do with a two suiter including A, Q, Q, J, a singleton 5, and a void in spades?

25 Oct

East is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West and North have passed. What would you do as East with a hand that includes K, Q, J, Q, Q and a void in hearts?

24 Oct

Your right-hand opponent passes. How would you plan the bidding with a hand long in spades that includes A, K, Q, J, 10, A, Q, J, a singleton 9 and a void in hearts?

23 Oct

West is the dealer with both vulnerable. The contract is 4 . What would you lead as West with a hand long in hearts that includes a singleton 8, A, K, and K?

22 Oct

South is dealer with nil vulnerable. As West you lead the A: five – two – eight. Your basic methods are low card encouraging on partner’s lead. How would you continue?

21 Oct

You are on lead against 3NT. Which card would you lead from K-Q-5-2 or from K-Q-6-5-2?

20 Oct

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. North has passed. What should East do with a hand that is long in hearts that includes A, K, J, A and a singleton 6?

19 Oct

South is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. South has opened the bidding at 3 and West has passed. What should North do with a hand that includes A, K, Q, K, A, and a singleton K?

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