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Bridge Practice 'Hand of the Day'

Don't underestimate the importance of a good opening lead.

The opposition should have been in 3C!


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Bidding

You and partner just pass when its your turn to bid, you have nothing to say. The opposition end up in a 4D contract.

Acol Bidding

You and partner just pass when its your turn to bid, you have nothing to say. The opposition end up in a 4D contract.

Plan Before You Play

It appears that the heart suit may hold possibilities for your side, so make sure you don't unguard your JH

The Play

Partner leads clubs, goodness knows he could have led hearts! you discard your low hearts on declarers diamond suit. Save the QS and JH until the last 2 tricks that declarer ruff anyway

Comment

Partners opening lead makes a difference to the results for this hand.

The above commentary is intended as a guideline only. As with any Bridge hand there are many ways to bid and play any hand.

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