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For the sake of a concrete list of plays, I'll give one (with the leader listed). E DJ C2 DK D2 S C3 C9 CT S2 N D3 DT C5 DA S C6 CJ CQ S3 N CA S4 C7 CK N DQ DJ H3 HJ N D8 S5 H4 SJ N D7 S6 H5 SQ N D6 H2 H6 HQ N D5 H7 S7 HK N D4 H8 S8 SK N C8 H9 S9 HA N C4 HT ST SA In real life, North would show their hand after trick 4 and say something like: "I claim the ...


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Not sure what your question is. Are you looking for a repository where hands are played to the last trick? There are plenty of repositories (check out the Vugraph archive on BBO), but in majority of the hands, you will never see the whole hand played out, but you will see some list of plays. Bridge players hate wasting time on the obvious, and for that ...


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This is an example of a "cooked" deal. The defender, West, has three AK's and various assorted other values, and yet can't take a single trick because all his cards are badly positioned in the worst possible way. As a result, the hero makes a highly dubious 7 club bid, and a dubious redouble, and gets away with it! Most bridge hands in movies and stories ...


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Usually play in double-dummy problems (that is problems with all hands visible) is left as an exercise to the reader. The play in this problem depends on the opening lead. If the opening lead is not a diamond, it is ruffed in hand. A diamond is ruffed in dummy and a club played toward hand, where it is won as cheaply as possible. Another diamond is ruffed ...



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