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  Bridge Chronicle (Netherlands/Romania)  
Louis Stift

Bucureşti, 9-11-2004

The first week of november we were in the Netherlands.

I was invited by a dutch girl, Wilma Koens, to play Butler on Monday, the 1 st.

I had the following problem

North

East

South

West

With South:

1

p

3

3

A Q 3

4

p

4SA

p

K 6

5

p

?

4

K Q J 9 8 7 2

4SA was Roman key card

5 promised 2 aces and Q

What do you bid, butler base? The solution at the end of the article.

Of cause i mention a board from monday 8-11-2004 from Rumanian Atomic.


 

9 N/EW

North

North

East

South

West

K93

1

p

1

p

A95

1NT

p

3NT

ap

K872

Truus

A74

Louis

Start:

8

10652

AJ84

Trick 1

Q

62

KQJ8

Trick 2,3,4

AQJ

1094

653

Trick 5

A

Q1095

South

32

Trick 6

K

East plays

8

Q7

Trick 7

Qfin

10743

Trick 8,9,10

A J 4

AQJ

Trick 11

K

KJ86

West gets a -trick

 

Funny thing if East dicards a club in trick6.

If East doesn’t follow suit in Trick 7 then South plays the K

After A en another East has to bring the 9th trick in spades.


The solution of the bidding problem: Bid 6

The North-South hands were:

North

K J 9 5

A Q 10 9 8 7

4 3

A

South

A Q 3

K 6

4

K Q J 9 8 7 2

Of cause East had J and three others.

Greetings of Louis, the Dutch player.



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