Daily Problem 3774 – Macho pitcho
15 Feb

South is the dealer with Both vulnerable.  What should North do with A, A, J and K?

14 Feb

East dealer with Nil vulnerable. North makes a contract of 3NT. West leads the 4: jack – queen – ace. South plays the 5: six (reverse count) – king – ace. How should East continue?

13 Feb

South is the leader with Nil vulnerable. How should West lead with a hand that includes K and a singleton 3?

12 Feb

West is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. The contract made by South is 6 . How should West lead with a hand that includes Q, A and K?

11 Feb

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

10 Feb

How would you plan the auction as North with a hand that includes K, K, Q, J and Q? You have available a 2 reply to ask opener whether a 5-card major is held.

09 Feb

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

08 Feb

West leads the K. Plan the play.

07 Feb

West is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West leads the 2: king – ace – three. East returns the J: six – nine – four, and continues with the 8: queen – seven – 2. How would you continue?

06 Feb

South is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. East bids 4 . South and West pass. What would you do as North with a hand that includes J, A, J and Q?

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