Bridge Basics 1U93 Main |
| by Richard Pavlicek |

Assume your right-hand opponent is the dealer and opens the bidding as shown. How many points is your hand worth, and what is your call? Remember that each bid shown is the *enemy* bid.

Enter calls like this: P X 1H 2C 3N 4S 6D

1. | 6 2 | |

A 2 | Points | |

A Q J 10 6 | 1 | |

9 8 7 3 |

2. | K 8 6 3 | |

7 | Points | |

A K 10 | 1 | |

Q 9 8 3 2 |

3. | A K Q 5 2 | |

A 8 2 | Points | |

2 | 1 | |

K J 8 5 |

4. | K 8 | |

A Q 8 2 | Points | |

K Q 9 5 | 1 | |

K 10 7 |

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5. | J 8 2 | |

K 9 7 5 3 | Points | |

A K 5 | 1 | |

Q 7 |

6. | Q J 9 6 4 | |

A Q 9 6 4 | Points | |

10 2 | 1 | |

9 |

7. | A 2 | |

J 9 8 5 2 | Points | |

A 7 2 | 1 | |

K Q 10 |

8. | A 9 7 5 | |

8 | Points | |

K 8 | 1 | |

K J 9 8 7 5 |

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9. | K J 5 | |

K 10 | Points | |

9 8 6 | 1 | |

A K Q 5 4 |

10. | K Q 2 | |

A Q 9 | Points | |

J 10 9 8 | 1 | |

A K 8 |

11. | K 8 5 | |

Q | Points | |

A Q J 10 8 5 | 1 | |

Q 7 3 |

12. | K 9 | |

J 2 | Points | |

K 10 8 7 4 | 1 | |

A K Q 2 |

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© 2013 Richard Pavlicek