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Louis Stift (2005-02-01)

Bucureºti, 31-08-2004

Bucurešti, 4-4-2005

2 boards from last Friday 01-04-2005, butler at Atomic.

For a change some boards which went wrong.

How do you play the next game?

4.W/All

N(Louis)

North

East

South

West

AK43

-

-

-

P

Q7

2NT

P

3 i

Dbl

A1063

3 ii

P

3 iii

P

West

AK6

East

4

Dbl

P

P

?

?

Rdbl

Ap

S(Truus)

i

Puppet

Stayman

Q1075

ii

4-crd (s)

Major

J92

iii

4-crd

Q94

J105

Lead:

10

Analyses:

West will have length in .

East will have a 4-card and some pictures because he doubled.

East won’t have A K, this should be a natural lead I think.

You make 4 -, 3-, 2- tricks if Q is in West and K is in East.

One extra trick has to be found.

Question1: Play at once 10 or first A K and later to the 10?

Question2: Draw trumps (East has 4) or first establish -ruff in North?

Question3: Draw trumps and play for decision?

Question4: If -decision, to the Q or to the 9?

Question5: Draw trumps first and play at once the -finesse?

Question6: Play first A and draw 4 times trump and then the finesse on Q against West?

Solution at the end.

Also there you can read the mistake(s) I made.

.

3.S/EW

N(Louis)

North

East

South

West

862

-

-

P

P

AKQ105

1 i

2

P ii

P

98

P iii

West

J109

East

KQJ9

A5

i

3e hand

weak?

J87643

92

ii

Dbl

Is negative

K4

QJ752

Waiting

For Dbl fr N

6

S(Truus)

A873

iii

North

weak to

Dbl

10743

-

Lead:

K

A1063

KQ542

Trick1: to A

Now you can ruff a , A, ruff a , play .

The 4th is ruffed and overruffed. Playing J there will be made another .

Trick2: A

Trick3: K

Trick4: Q, East discarded.

Trick5: J- 8- J - 10

Trick6: 3 ruffed.

Trick6: to 10 in North

Trick7: to A

South went wrong in playing Q, establishing 8 in East.

South did not notice 9 and 10 in North.

The defence made 1 -, 3-, 1- trick.

This was the penultimate deal, so we got a little bit tired.

A lot of West went down in high -contracts.

The solution from board 4.

4.W/All

N(Louis)

North

East

South

West

AK43

P

Q7

2NT

P

3 i

Dbl

A1063

3 ii

P

3 iii

P

West

AK6

East

4

Dbl

P

P

2

J986

Rdbl

Ap

A10

K8754

J5

K872

i

Puppet

Stayman

Q987432

S (Truus)

-

ii

4-crd (s)

Major

Q1075

iii

4-crd

J92

Q94

Lead:

10

J105

Also I was tired, this was the last deal.

East did not lead a , that was strange.

I think the play should go:

First A K and then to Q 10.

There are no ruffs, and West cannot make the bare J.

After this play A, so East doesn’t make the bare Q.

After this to Q, hoping for 3-3 or J in West.

Then play the -finesse.

I played:

Trick1: 10 (not good, but on this deal not important).

Trick2: A

Trick3: to Q

(Wrong, East can play the K and play ; West can give the-ruff)

Trick4: to A, the J appeared

Trick5: for K

(Wrong, North has to draw the trumps first)

Trick6: , which I took in South.

(Wrong, has to be taken in North and draw the 4th trump winning in South)

(East supposed West makes A-, North can have A Q)

This was the last time I won a trick in South.

I took the -finesse. If ok, I play to North and cash the last .

It succeeds if West has a 6-card and East not the bare Q.

Aaii, West had a 7-card .

East ruffed the .

4 Rdbl -1 vulnarable -200, contract would have been +1080.

Greetings from Louis, the tired Dutch player.



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