Daily Problem 3891 – The One and Only
14 Oct

North is the dealer with both vulnerable. East has bid 2 . What would you do as South with a hand that is long in diamonds and includes K, K, A, and Q, and Q?

13 Oct

North has passed and East has bid 3 . What would you do with a hand that has a void in spades, A, K, K, and Q?

12 Oct

West is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. The contract is 4 .  What would you lead as West with a hand that includes A, K, and K?

11 Oct

North bids 2 and East passes. What should South do with a hand that includes with a doubleton A, Q, A, K, Q and K?

10 Oct

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. North has bid 1 and East bids 3 . What would you do as South with a two suiter that includes K, Q, K, Q, and a singleton A, and a singleton A?

09 Oct

South is in 4 , no opposition bidding. West leads the 7: nine – four – jack. You play the 5 and West takes the A. West continues with the Q. Plan the play.

08 Oct

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. North has bid 3 and East has passed. What should South do with a hand long in spades that includes A, Q, J, A, Q, A, and Q?

07 Oct

West is the dealer with both vulnerable. South has bid 3 and West has passed. What should North do with a hand long in diamonds that includes K, Q, Q and a void in hearts?

06 Oct

East is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. North has bid 3 and East has passed. What should South do with a hand that includes Q and Q, and is long in diamonds?

05 Oct

West is the dealer with both vulnerable. You are playing Acol with a 12-14 1NT. What would you do as East after two passes with a hand that includes Q, J, K, J, K, J, and K?

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