Daily Problem 3740 – Top Start
01 Feb

North is the dealer with Both vulnerable. North bids 2 and East bids 3 . What would you do as South with a hand that includes A, K, A, K, J and A?

31 Jan

East is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. The contract made by South is 3NT. What would you lead as West with a hand that includes A, Q, a singleton 3, and Q?

30 Jan

West is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. North and East both pass. What would you do as South with a hand that includes K, A, K, Q, A and Q?

29 Jan

East is the dealer with East-West vulnerable The contract made by North is 6 . What would you do with a hand that includes J, K, Q and J?

28 Jan

Trick 1 is the A: seven – queen – five. What do you play at trick 2?

27 Jan

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. The contract by South is  4 . West leads the A. Which diamond should East play?

 

26 Jan

South is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. North passes and East bids 2NT. What should South do with a hand thta includes a singleton 2, A and A?

25 Jan

You are dealer, nil vulnerable. What would you do with:

  • spade A 10
  • heart K 7
  • diamond 10 9 8 2
  • club K 7 5 4 3
24 Jan

West is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. West bids 3 and North passes. What would you do as East with A, K and J?

23 Jan

The double of 1NT was for penalties and the redouble showed clubs and another suit...

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