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

West is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. West bids 2 and North passes. What should East bid with a 3-4-5-1 shape and only 6 HCPs; the A and   Q?

01 Dec

South is the dealer with both vulnerable. The contract is 4  by North . What shoud West lead from a hand that includes Q, K, and K?

30 Nov

South is the dealer with nil vulnerable. The contract is 3NT by South . What should West lead with a hand that includes K, J, A, a singleton Q, and Q?

29 Nov

West leads the J, taken by dummy’s ace. Declarer leads the 3: seven – two – jack. West continues with the 10. East overtakes with the Q and plays the K. On this declarer discards the J. How should East continue?

28 Nov

South is the dealer with North South vulnerable. South has bid 2 and West passes. What action would you take with a hand that's long in diamonds and includes Q, J, A, K, J, with a void in spades?

27 Nov

West is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. The contract made by North is 4 . West leads the A: eight – two – four. How should West continue?

26 Nov

East is the dealer with North South vulnerable. West has bid 1NT, North bids double and East passes. What should South do with a hand that includes  J and equally long in hearts and diamonds.

25 Nov

East is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. East plays  the 4, low-encouraging. How should West continue?

24 Nov

South is the dealer with Both vulnerable. South opens 4 and all pass. West leads the A, followed by the 2, which you win with the 10. On the K South follows and West plays the 6, even-card-discouraging. What do you play at trick 4?

23 Nov

East is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. What opening action would you take as East with a hand long in hearts and a singleton spade and includes A, K, J, and A?

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