Daily Problem 4865 – Muffed it in Mufti
23 May

What would you do as East with:

22 May

West leads the K, asking for count: three – seven (reverse count, bottom from an even number) – four, and continues with the A: five – nine – queen. What should West play at trick 3?

21 May

West leads the A: six – jack – five and continues with the K: queen – three – seven. East-West play low-encouraging attitude signals. How should West continue at trick 3?

20 May

You lead the 4: ten – jack – seven. East cashes the A and South plays the 8. What should West play?

19 May

West leads the 6. East wins with the A and returns the Q. South follows with the 8, then 9. What should West play?

18 May

With no opposition bidding, South is in 3NT. West leads the 7 to East’s king. East returns the 2, ten, jack. West cashes the A and plays the fourth heart, East following, to your Q. You have discarded two diamonds and a club from dummy. A diamond to the ace is followed by the 5: six – king – ace. West exits with a diamond, taken in dummy. How would you continue? If you play a spade to hand and a club next, West follows with the 3.

17 May

What would you do as South with:

16 May

You are dealer at favourable vulnerability. What would you do?

15 May

What would you do as North with:

14 May

What would you do as North with:

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