Daily Problem 3926 – 500 Out
18 Oct

North has bid 3 and East has passed. What should South do with a two suiter that includes A, Q, J, A, J,  and a K and a singleton 9?

17 Oct

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. West has bid 1NT and North and East both pass. What should South do with A, A, Q, K, and J?

16 Oct

North is the dealer with East-West vulnerable. East has bid 1NT. What should South do with a hand long in clubs that includes A, K, and a void in diamonds?

15 Oct

East is the dealer with both vulnerable. North has bid 2 and East passes. What should South do with a hand that includes Q, J, and A?

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.

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