Daily Problem 4582 – Get A Pitcher
18 Jul

West leads the 3 (attitude, low = like-it): two – ten – five. East continues with the J: nine – eight – four. What would you do now as East?

17 Jul

South is in 4 after 1 : 2, 4. You lead the K: ace – six – four. Declarer plays the 3: six – ace – four, followed by the 2: five – 3 – 7. You play reverse attitude and count. Declarer continues with the 2 from dummy: seven – jack – queen. What do you play at trick 5?

16 Jul

What would you lead as West from:

 

15 Jul

What would you do as North with:

14 Jul

What would you do as South with:

13 Jul

What would you do as South with:

12 Jul

What would you lead from the same hand after that sequence?

11 Jul

North to lead from:

 

10 Jul

West leads the 4 (fourth-highest): three – king – two. East cashes the A: seven – five – nine and continues with the 6: queen – eight – 7. Plan South’s play.

09 Jul

You have a suit which contains eight cards, including the ace, king and jack. You wish to score maximum tricks. What is the best play with each of these combinations, assuming you have plenty of entries to North, the dummy hand?

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