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Example Bridge Hand 1: Keeping Command of the Adversary's Suit - 09/24/2012
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Trick 1. —The dealer refuses to give up the A of spades, as he wishes to exhaust the spades in one hand before he attempts to clear his club suit. Trick 4. —B, hoping to take the last club from the dealer's hand, refuses to part with the A of clubs. Trick 6. —B tries to put his partner in the lead so that he may make the spades. The score is love-all, rubber game. The dealer, Z, makes it no-trump. A leads for the first trick. The underlined card wins the trick and the card under it is the one led for the next trick. ♠ 9 ♣ K Q J 5 4 2 ♦ Q 6 5 ♥ 7 6 3 ♠ K Q J 8 6 2 ♣ 9 8 ♦ 9 4 ♥ 10 8 2   Y  ♠ 10 7 5 ♣ A 7 ♦ J 10 8 7 ♥ A J 9 5 A   B   Z  ♠ A 4 3 ♣ 10 6 3 ♦ A K 3 2 ♥ K Q 4 TRICK A Y B Z 1 K ♠ 9 ♠ 5 ♠ 3 ♠ 2 Q ♠ ♥ 3 7 ♠   4 ♠ 3 2 ♠   2 ♠ ♥ 6     10 ♠ 4 ♣ 8 ♣ 2   ♣ 7   ♣ 10   5 ♣ 9 ♣ J   ♣ A   ♣ 6...

Example Bridge Hand 1: Keeping Command of the Adversary's Suit



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