First hand play question

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Just_Ice
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Re: First hand play question

Post by Just_Ice » Sun Mar 29, 2009 1:55 pm

No, it makes sense. I don't need to see any more examples.

I supposed it was something where you had to know your partner and how they play. But, also, I see where the situations you and Dustin presented would give you an opportunity to take more tricks.

I guess my comments are based on pick-up partner playing, because that's mostly what I've done over the past couple of years.

Thanks for your time and patience.

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Re: First hand play question

Post by SPOOKY TOOTH » Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:45 am

Your Pard....

May simply hold a singleton K. Play under and SEE if Pard leads out w/ another D. If not, it was the only D they had.

This will put 'you' in a position to lead D once you get the lead and hopefully P will throw off leaving their Spades to be used later in the hand to effect a set.
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