Staying ahead in the game concluded.

August 14, 2009 at 8:45 am Leave a comment

Bd 27
Dlr South
Vul: Nil

NORTH

sK10953
h153
d1107
cAJ87

WEST

s6
h1K107
d1K6542
cK1043

EAST

sA8
h1Q94
d1AQJ3
cQ952

SOUTH

sQJ742
h1AJ862
d198
c6

West………North……..East…….South
David B……Ollina……..CC……….JEC
……………………………………….Pass
Pass……….Pass………1C……….2C Michaels
3D*…………3S…………4D……….4S
5C…………Dble……….5D……….All Pass

*fit-showing

Dave in comments yesterday said yes, it’s an easy hand…it is cute, though isn’t it? Win the opening spade lead, draw trumps (only an issue if they are 4-0), eliminate spades and hearts while playing RHO for the jack. Now a club to the king, or even the king of clubs if necessary and the hand is over, whoever wins it.

Interesting that it could have been beaten off the top via an immediate club ruff. Fortunately the defence was hoping for something more rewarding than a mere quick cashout….in this case a bad plan.

See you Monday.

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