Daily Problem 3832 – All the Tricks
14 Jan

Which card do you lead against 3NT from K-Q-5-2 or from K-Q-6-5-2?

13 Jan

East is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West bids 1 and North bids 2 . What should East do with a hand that includes A, Q and J?

12 Jan

West is the dealer with Both vulnerable. South bids 4 and West and North both pass. What should East do with a hand that includes A, A and A?

11 Jan

East is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. East bids 1 and South bids 2 . What should West do with a singleton 2, singleton 7, Q, J, K and J?

10 Jan

East is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. East bids 1 . What should South do with a hand that includes A, a singleton Q, A, Q, J, K and Q?

09 Jan

South is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West bids 2 and North bids 3 . East passes. What should South do with a hand that includes A, K, J, A, J and a singleton spade?

08 Jan

West leads the 6 and declarer plays the 10 from dummy. Which card should East play?

07 Jan

South opens 1NT and North bids 3NT. You, West, lead the Q.  East plays the A and continues with the K. How should the defence go?

06 Jan

North is the dealer with both vulnerable. Both West and North pass after South bids 6 . What would East do with a hand that includes Q, A and J?

05 Jan

You are the dealer with only your side vulnerable. What would you do with a hand that includes J, Q, A, J and a void in diamonds?

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