Daily Problem 3802 – A loss of diamonds
05 Apr

West is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. West and North both pass. What would you do as East with a hand that includes K, K, K and a singleton 10?

04 Apr

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

03 Apr

Partner opens 1NT, 12-14, and you hold A, Q, K and A. What is your plan of bidding?

02 Apr

East passes, South opens 3 and all pass. West leads the 3 and dummy’s Q holds. Plan the play.

01 Apr

South is in 3NT, no East-West bidding, and spades were never mentioned. West leads the Q: four – six - two, and switches to the J. East takes the A and returns the 4. Which card do you play?

31 Mar

North is the dealer with Both vulnerable. South passes after East bids 2 . What would you rebid as West with K, Q, J, K, A, K, J, A and K?

30 Mar

West is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. East passes after North bids 3 . What would you do as South with a that hand includes A, A and A?

29 Mar

South is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. West bids 6 after South passes. What should North do with a hand that includes J, Q and J?

28 Mar

West leads the 5: queen – king – ace. Plan the play.

27 Mar

East is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West passes after South bids 5 . What would you do as North with a hand that includes a singleton 8, K, Q, J, K and Q

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