Daily Problem 3893 – Four or Five
09 Aug

West leads the J: three – four – ace. South cashes the K and, playing low-encourage, West discards the 7. AT trick 3, South plays the 7. What would you do as West?

09 Aug

What would you lead as West from:

 

08 Aug

What would you lead as West from:

07 Aug

West began with the A, followed by the K, which South ruffed. Declarer played the 5: four – ace – two and the  3: two – jack – queen. West returned the 7, jack from dummy. How would you defend as East?

06 Aug

West leads the 8 : nine – jack – five. East continues with the Q . . . Plan your play.

05 Aug

West leads the 9, taken by the queen. Declarer plays the 3: king – six – two. East switches to the 5: 6 from declarer. How would you defend as West?

04 Aug

What would you do as North with:

 

03 Aug

East-West play low encouraging. What should West play at trick 7?

02 Aug

What would you do as North with:

 

01 Aug

West leads the 4: queen – eight – six. What do you play next?

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