Main   Exercise 3H53 by Richard Pavlicek  

Overcall, Double or Pass?

Do you know when to overcall or double? And just as important — when to pass?
As South, enter your call on each hand.

WestNorthEastSouth1. None Vul
 
S A Q 8 6 4
H A K 9 6 2
D 4 3
C 3
1 C


WestNorthEastSouth2. N-S Vul
 
S A Q 8 4
H J 10 8 5 3
D 3
C A J 3
1 D


WestNorthEastSouth3. E-W Vul
 
S A 2
H A Q 6 2
D 6 5 3
C K J 8 4
1 D


WestNorthEastSouth4. Both Vul
 
S A Q 4
H A 8
D K 9 4
C Q J 10 8 7
1 S


WestNorthEastSouth5. None Vul
 
S K Q J 10 8 4
H 2
D 9 7 2
C J 10 8
1 H


WestNorthEastSouth6. N-S Vul
 
S K 10 7
H A 9 3
D 9 3
C K J 8 6 5
1 S

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WestNorthEastSouth7. E-W Vul
 
S A K Q J 8 3
H 4 3
D A K 3
C 4 3
1 H


WestNorthEastSouth8. Both Vul
 
S A K 7 2
H 4 3
D 2
C A Q 9 8 6 5
1 D


WestNorthEastSouth9. None Vul
 
S A K 3
H 8
D A Q 10 7 6
C Q 9 8 2
1 DPass1 S


WestNorthEastSouth10. N-S Vul
 
S J 9 7 3
H A 2
D A K J 7 4
C 4 3
1 CPass1 H


WestNorthEastSouth11. E-W Vul
 
S K 3
H A 2
D A K Q J 7 6 3
C Q 4
1 S


WestNorthEastSouth12. Both Vul
 
S A 8
H 9 7 5
D A K J 8 2
C A 8 2
1 H

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