Daily Problem 3439 – To bid or not to bid
22 Jun

What would you do as South?



21 Jun

What would you do as East?



20 Jun

West leads the 5, taken by the ace. Declarer plays the K from dummy: ace – six – nine (natural count). What would you do next as East?

19 Jun

What would you do as South?



18 Jun

What would you do as South?



17 Jun

What would you do as North?



16 Jun

After South opened 1NT, 12-14, West showed both majors and ended in 4. North leads the J: queen – king – 5. Plan the play.

15 Jun

North leads the 9 (attitude leads – high-discouraging). Plan the play.

14 Jun

North leads the 6, attitude leads: ace – four (low encouraging) – two. West plays the J – seven – king – ace. North returns the 3: 4 – K – 10 and South plays the 7. Plan the rest of the play.

13 Jun

North leads the Q, West wins with the ace and plays the K, two, three, six, followed by the 5, four, queen, ace. South switches to the J. How would you plan the play?

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