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Example 2: Playing for the Longest Suit in the Two Hands - 09/28/2012
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Trick 1. —A leads from his longest suit. Trick 2. —B returns his partner's lead with his highest card, which the dealer refuses to take, as he wishes to wait until B has no more of the suit. Trick 3. —A again leads a diamond, as he has the K of spades for re-entry and wishes to establish the diamond suit. Trick 4. —The dealer plays for the clubs, his longest suit, and takes the first trick, as he holds J and 10 and can clear the suit in one more lead. Trick 6. —B, having no diamonds, opens his heart suit, hoping to put his partner in the lead. The dealer applying the "Rule of Eleven," and finding that he holds the four cards above the seven, passes so as to take the lead in the dummy hand. Trick 7.—Leading through. Tricks 8 and 9.—Making the clubs and putting the dummy hand in the lead so as to come through the K and J of hearts. The score is love-all, rubber game. The dealer, Z, makes it no-trump and A leads for the firs...

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