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Louis Stift
What do you lead

Untitled Document

 

Again two boards from monday 06-12-2004, Atomic-bridge.

Problem: what do you lead ?

Solution at the end.

North

West

North

East

South

7 6

P

1

Dbl

p

J 8 3 2

3NT

ap

A K Q

K 10 9 8

Against the same opponents, one of them I recognized as the winner of the pairs tournament at Brasov we had a little succes.

23 Z/All

North Louis

North

East

South

West

A 8 7 6 2

-

-

1

p

Q 10 9

1

p

3

p

7 6 4

4

dbl

4

p

West

A K

East

4

p

5

p

Q J 10 9 5

K 3

6

ap

7 5 2

4

Q 3 10 9 8 5 2
4
1 control

8 4 2

South Truus

Q 10 9 7 3

 

5

2 control

4

A K J 8 6 3

A K J

J 6 5

I, North, had no idea if it could be slam, but the boards were srted out so you are suspicious.

After the -lead Truus draw trumps twice, played A K and to the A.

Next came J ruff and A, and down came Q from West.

Truus thought that West maybe was short in , and because West also was short in a -finess was useless. So she played to the K, and ended with 6 +1.

Solution

24 W/-

North Louis

North

East

South

West

7 6

-

-

-

p

J 8 3 2

1

dbl

p

3NT

A K Q

ap

West

K 10 9 8

East

Q 9 8 4

A K J 10

A 7

K Q 6 4

9 8 6 5

10 7 4

A J 6

South Truus

Q 7

5 3 2

10 9 5

J 3 2

5 4 3 2

I started with Q, 3e from above and also a -signal.

Because South played 3 the first trick I missed 2, therefore South was encouraging.

After K and A I continued with . The declarer played 4 times , on which I discarded 2 . Then came 9 and I had no choice. A and West has two tricks in clubs.

A and East can score 4 -tricks.

It doesn’t help, 3NT +1 is the result.

This squeeze can allways be executed, unless you are in time with the -suit.

So the lead of a small , and after declarer plays persist again in playing gives you in time a -trick. So start from your length, normal isn’t it?

Then you beat the pairs who reached and made 4.

Greetings from Louis, the dutch player.





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