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Bridge Problem 250

To celebrate Bridge Magazine’s 250th Prize Problem I present something a bit more complicated than usual.

Bridge Problem 249

How should West play Three Notrumps? North, who as dealer, opened 1Sx, showing five, leads a diamond.

Bridge Problem 248

North opens Three Spades which goes round to West who bids 3NT. North leads sxQ. How should West play?

Bridge Problem 247

How should West play Four Spades? North leads the HxQ.

Bridge Problem 246

By Patrick Jourdain on Nov 21, 2012.
How should West play Six Diamonds after the bidding shown below where North has opened a weak two in hearts? North leads Cx10

Bridge Problem 245

By Patrick Jourdain on Nov 21, 2012.
How should West play Four Hearts? North, who overcalled One Spade, leads the queen of clubs. Trumps are 3-2.

Bridge Problem 244

By Patrick Jourdain on Nov 21, 2012.
How should West play Four Spades? North leads a club.

Bridge Problem 243

By Patrick Jourdain on Nov 21, 2012.
How should West play Six Spades? North leads a heart.
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