Daily Problem 3832 – All the Tricks
26 Sep

East dealer with both vulnerable. West bids 5 . North and East both pass. What would you do as South with a two suiter that includes A, K, J, A, and a void in diamonds?

25 Sep

West is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. The contract is 4 by South. West leads the K and continues with the Q and J. You ruff East's A at trick 3. How should the North-South partnership continue?

24 Sep

North has bid 2 and East has passed. What would you do as South with a hand long in diamonds that includes A, A, K, and a void in hearts?

23 Sep

South is the dealer with North - South vulnerable. West bids 4 . What do you do as North with a minor two suiter that includes A, J, A, K, J, A, K, Q, and a void in spades?

22 Sep

West has bid 5 . North has passed. What would you do as East with a hand that includes A, Q, and J?

21 Sep

South is the dealer with nil vulnerable. With no bidding opposition, you have arrived in 6NT. West leads the 8, thirds-and-fifths. How would you plan the play?

20 Sep

Your partner has bid 3 and East has passed. What would you bid as South with a minor two suiter that includes Q, A, K, K, and a void in spades?

19 Sep

The dealer is West with East-West vulnerable. The contract is 3 by South. What should West lead from with a hand that includes Q, J, A, Q, J, A, and J?

18 Sep

South is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. What is your opening bid as South with a hand that includes A, K, Q, A, K, and J?

17 Sep

East is the dealer with both vulnerable. North leads the and shifts to the 8: three - five - jack. How would you plan the play?

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