Daily Problem 4041 – Swiss Timing
04 Sep

North is the dealer with North - South vulnerable. South holds a monster hand and has bid 6 , West leads the K. Plan the play for the North - South partnership.

03 Sep

North is the dealer with nil vulnerable. The contract is 5 by South and there was no opposition bidding. West leads the A and continues with the 10. The A lead and continuation were helpful, but what next for the North - South partnership?

02 Sep

South is the dealer with North - South vulnerable. As South you've made a contract of 4 , West leads the 3, thirds and fifths, to East’s queen and East returns the 2, which you ruff with the 5. How would you continue?

01 Sep

South has made a contract of 5 , west leads the 3 . How do you continue as East with A , J , and K?

31 Aug

South is the dealer with North - South vulnerable and the contract is 4 . West leads a heart to the jack and ace, ruffed by declarer. Declarer plays the J next. How would you defend as West with the K, Q, and 2?

30 Aug

West has started the auction with a bid of 5 . What do you bid as North with K, A, K, and Q?

 

29 Aug

The bidding is a little wild in today's Daily Problem, see what you can do in a contract of 4 .

28 Aug

North is the dealer with North - South vulnerable, South is declarer and has made a contract of 5 , you have a strong hand. How do you plan the defence?

27 Aug

West is the dealer with North - South vulnerable, you are East and your partner has passed throughout the bidding, your opponents are showing a 4-3-3-3 pattern, and you hold the A and A. What do you bid from 3 ?

26 Aug

East is the dealer with nil vulnerable, your partner has just bid 5 , West has bid 5 , diamonds is your long suit and you hold the A , Q, and J. What do you bid as North?

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