Daily Problem 3772 – The pungent duty show
12 Apr

What would you do as North with

 

11 Apr

Suppose you chose the A lead. Dummy comes into view with this:

  • spade A K J 10 8 4
  • heart 9 7
  • diamond A K 5
  • club J 6

Partner discourages hearts. What would you do next?

10 Apr

What would you lead as West from:

 

09 Apr

What would you do as East with:

 

08 Apr

What would you do as North with:

 

07 Apr

What would you do as West with:

 

06 Apr

What would you lead as West from:

 

05 Apr

Suppose you decide to switch to the 7: two – three – jack. Declarer plays the K from dummy and you take the A. West plays the 2, reverse count. You continue with the 3: jack – 4 – 9. West returns the 10: queen . . . How would you defend from here?

04 Apr

West leads the J; three from dummy. East-West play upside-down attitude and count. What should East play?

03 Apr

West leads the A. Playing reverse signals, what should East play?

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