Daily Problem 3682 – Beware the Length in Opener’s Suit
12 Dec

North leads the Q: six – seven (high-encouraging) – five and shifts to the K: eight – three – ? Do you win this or duck?

 

11 Dec

West leads the Q. Plan the play.

 

10 Dec

West is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. North bids 2 and East passes. What should South do with a hand that includes A, J, Q, J, Q, J, and J?

09 Dec

What can you garner during a complex auction to help you decide on whether or not game is a good prospect?

08 Dec

You play low to your king, which wins. Which card do you play next?

 

07 Dec

West opens with a multi-2 , showing a weak two in one of the majors. East bids 2 , pass-or-correct, and South ends in 3NT. West leads the 6. Plan the play.

06 Dec

South is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. East has bid 1 and South has passed. What should West rebid with a hand that includes K, K, A, and A?

05 Dec

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. South's contract is 4 doubled by East. What should West lead from with a hand long in spades and a singleton heart?

04 Dec

East is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. The contract made by North is 4 . What would you lead as West with a hand that includes Q, A, A and a singleton heart.

03 Dec

East is the dealer with both vulnerable. South has bid 4 and West and North both pass. What would you do as East with a hand that includes a J, K, J, K and a void in diamonds.

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