Daily Problem 4582 – Get A Pitcher
28 Jun

East captured dummy’s K and returned the 5, won by the 9 and considered his play. East-  West had started with 16 HCP and East had opened the bidding. West figured to have three hearts to East’s five and two clubs to East’s four. That was five cards for West vs nine for East.

27 Jun

West leads the 6: king – ace - seven. East returns the 5: ten – three – nine. Plan the play.

26 Jun

What should South do with:

25 Jun

Playing support doubles, what would you do as North with

24 Jun

West leads the 6: two from dummy . . . Which card should East play?

23 Jun

West leads the J: queen – king – ace. South returns the 2: ten – eight – four. What would you play as West at trick 3?

22 Jun

West leads the 10, jack from dummy. What do you play, the A or the Q?

21 Jun

What would you do as South with:

20 Jun

What would you lead as West from:

19 Jun

West leads the 3: 2 – Q – 9. South plays the 2: three – ten – jack and East returns the J. South wins with the A. Which diamond do you play? South continues with the A, K and a third club, discarding a diamond and two spades from dummy. What are your two discards?

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