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Bridge Hand of the Week - "Access"

Dealer: North
Vul: E-W

QJ7
86
AQ7
A9642

AK654
AK2
K6
T85

SouthWestNorthEast
--1Pass
1Pass2Pass
3Pass4Pass
4NTPass5Pass
6PassPassPass

The bidding was a little forward, but there is nothing wrong with the final contract. How do you plan to make 12 tricks after West leads the J?

Solution

Suppose the full deal is something like this:

QJ7
86
AQ7
A9642
2
Q97
JT9843
KJ3
T983
JT543
52
Q7
AK654
AK2
K6
T85

Bridge Hand of the Week - "Favorite"

Dealer: South
Vul: Both

T85
AK875
J53
J6

AQ3
94
AKQT976
Q

SouthWestNorthEast
1Pass1Pass
3Pass3Pass
3Pass4Pass
4Pass5Pass
PassPass

After North made a forcing rebid of 3, South’s 3 continuation promised a spade stopper but denied one in clubs. North concluded the auction by raising to 4 and signing off in 5. The auction calls for a club lead and West begins with A and another club. You ruff the second club and cash the ace of trumps, both opponents following. What is the best approach to making the game?

Solution

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