Daily Problem 4106 – Heart in the right place
21 Apr

You lead the 2: ace – three – six. Declarer plays the 10: eight – three – ace. What would you play next?

20 Apr

West leads the A: three . . . Which heart would you play as East?

19 Apr

What would you lead as West from:

 

 

18 Apr

What would you lead as West from:

 

 

17 Apr

What would you do as North with:

 

 

16 Apr

What would you do as South with:

 

 

15 Apr

West leads the 7: eight – queen – three. What do you play next?

14 Apr

After North passed, East opened 1, South doubled and eventually ended in 3NT, no other E-W bidding.

13 Apr

The dealer on your right passes. Both sides are vulnerable. What action would you take with these cards:

  • spade
  • heart Q J 10 6 5 4
  • diamond
  • club K 10 9 6 4 3 2

 

12 Apr

With both sides vulnerable, partner opens 1, pass on your right. What action would you take with:

  • spade A Q 9 3
  • heart K 7
  • diamond A K Q J 8 3
  • club 2

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