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Bridge Problem 263

At Teams how should West play: a)Six Spades? (b)Six Diamonds?(c) Six Notrumps? In each case North leads SxQ. The diamonds are 4-1.

Bridge Problem 262

Playing a strong notrump West opens One Club, North overcalls 1hx, East bids 2dx West rebids 2NT and East raises to 3NT. How should West play on the lead of hx4?

Bridge Problem 258

How should West play 3NT? North leads a spade.

Bridge Problem 257

South opens a constructive Two Hearts and West reaches Four Spades rather than the easy Three Notrumps. North leads HxQ and South overtakes with the king. How should West play?

Bridge Problem 256

How should West play Three Notrumps on an unopposed auction? North leads a heart.

Bridge Problem 255

How should West play Six Notrumps? North leads a spade.

Bridge Problem 254

West opens a 15-17 1NT and East gambles a raise to 3NT. How should West play Three Notrumps playing Teams against competent opposition? North leads the king of hearts, and continues with the queen when West holds up, South showing an odd number of hearts.

Bridge Problem 253

How should West play Three Notrumps? Playing fourth-best leads, North leads the three of diamonds to South’s nine.

Bridge Problem 252

How should West play Six Notrumps on a club lead?

Bridge Problem 251

For Christmas we have two parts to the Prize Problem!
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