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#1 User is offline   Jinksy 

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Posted 2017-December-17, 07:39



W leads the 7 (2nds/4ths) to East's Q. What's your plan?
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Posted 2017-December-17, 09:26

I begin by putting on my glasses so I can see the spot led by LHO, as well as read the entry about leads against NT on their convention card.
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Posted 2017-December-17, 13:57

View Postcherdano, on 2017-December-17, 09:26, said:

I begin by putting on my glasses so I can see the spot led by LHO, as well as read the entry about leads against NT on their convention card.


Exactly. If the hearts are 4-4 I may know right away or after ducking once. If that's the case I can win and overtake the K and win with Jx or Tx or 3-3 in spades and either guess to go that route after ducking hearts twice or just play them to be 3-3.
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Posted 2017-December-18, 18:10

View PostJinksy, on 2017-December-17, 07:39, said:


W leads the 7 (2nds/4ths) to East's Q.
What's your plan?

I like GGWhiz's line.
Win the 3rd round of s with A,
hoping defenders don't switch to s when s are 4-4.
Overtake K with A.
Cash Q.
- If a defender shows out, then play K and finesse J, hoping for 5 tricks.
- If both opponents follow to 2 rounds of s then lead a 3rd, hoping an for a 3-3 split or a doubleton honour.
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