Daily Problem 4172 – All the way
26 Jun

West opens 2, weak, hearts and a minor, and South ends in 6NT. West leads the A. Plan the play.

25 Jun

With only East-West vulnerable North opens 2, weak, in third seat. East bids 2 and South 3. Playing Board-A-Match teams, what should West do with:

  • spade Q J 4
  • heart 10 9 4
  • diamond A 9 8 2
  • club 10 4 3
24 Jun

What action would you take as North with:

 

 

23 Jun

West leads the 6, thirds-and-fifths: two – king – five and East cashes the A: ten – seven – three. East switches to the A: four – nine (reverse attitude) – two. What should East play next?

22 Jun

What next if you are playing match-point pairs?

21 Jun

Partner passes and right-hand opponent opens 1. Your are playing Board-A-Match Teams, analogous to match-point pairs and you are not vulnerable vs vulnerable. What would you do with:

  • spade A K 8
  • heart J 9 4
  • diamond Q 10
  • club A K 8 5 3
20 Jun

What would you do as South with:

 

 

19 Jun

What would you do as South with:

 

 

18 Jun

With neither side vulnerable East opens 1S. What should South do with:

  • spade K 9 2
  • heart K 9 3 2
  • diamond A 7 3
  • club K 8 4

 

17 Jun

With both sides vulnerable, partner passes and right-hand opponent opens 1H. What would you do with:

  • spade A 6
  • heart K Q 2
  • diamond A Q J 10 6 4 2
  • club 7

 

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