Daily Problem 4172 – All the way
13 Nov

North is the dealer with North-South vulnerable. South has bid 2NT and West has passed. What would you do as North with a hand tha includes K, J, and Q?

12 Nov

The contract is 2 by West. North leads the Q to South’s ace and back comes the 6 to your king. How would you continue as part of the East - West partnership? How do you play the spades (West has the K, and 3, and East has A, 10, 8, 7, and 4)?

11 Nov

West is the dealer with both vulnerable. The contract is 4 doubled by West. As West you lead the K: three – two (encouraging) – six. How would you continue from a hand that also includes the K, Q, Q, Q, J, and Q?

10 Nov

South is the dealer with both vulnerable. The contract made is 3NT by North. West leads the 10: four – two – queen and South plays the 4: six – ten – queen. How would you continue as East?

09 Nov

East is the dealer with Both vulnerable. West leads the 4. East wins with the K and continues with the A, which you ruff. How do you play the hearts?

08 Nov

East is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. The contract is 3NT. What would you lead as West from with a hand that includes A, K, K, and Q?

07 Nov

West is the dealer with Nil vulnerable. The contract is 3NT. West leads the 10. How would you plan the defence as East?

06 Nov

South makes an opening bid of 2 and has followed with a bid 3 . What would you do as North with a hand long in hearts which includes Q and J?

05 Nov

After North opened 1 and East jumped to 2 weak, North-South reached 7 and West led the 4. South cashed the A, K and both opponents followed, West starting with J-6. So far so good. How would you continue?

04 Nov

West is the dealer with nil vulnerable. North has bid 5 . What would you do as East with a hand long in clubs that includes J, A, and J?

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