Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 6, 1968 · Page 21
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PAGE 22 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Sheinwold On Bridge PLAY AT MAJOR SUIT INSTEAD OF NOTRUMP By ALFRED SHEIN1VOLD " When you have enough high- card strength for a game, you -.normally look for a suit in which your side holds eight or jinore cards. If you can't find ; such a suit, you play the hand at three notrump. This is fine, .'except that sometimes such a : hand will produce game at a ·" major suit but not at notrump. South dealer Neither side vulnerabk NORTH 4 9 6 2 ? A K 5 4 3 O 82 A A 7 4 EAST 4 J 10 S 4 y Q 1096 O Q 105 * S I WEST 4 73 _·? J 7 J 9 7 6 3 4 K Q J 1 0 South 1 4 2 NT ·4- 4 SOUTH 4 A K Q 5 ^ 8 2 O A K 4 A 9 6 5 3 \Vest Norrii East Pass 2 ^ Pass Pass 3 4 Pass All Pass Opening Iwid - ilL K. In today's hand you have eight tricks in top cards. At not- round of trumps, take the top . but nothing else. Down one. ; You can make four spades. ;Take the first trick with dum- ·rny's ace of clubs, draw one round of trumps, take the top diamonds and ruff a diamond in dummy. That ruff is your ninth trick. Now draw two more rounds of trumps, discovering the bad break. Now take dummy's top ·hearts and ruff a heart. That [ruff is your 10th trick. Oddly enough, it's better to make four spades than to go down one al vthree notrump. If it's against your principles to play the hand with a four 'card trump suit, let your part ner play at four hearts. Sinci he has the same eight, top ;tricks, he will need two ruffin; tricks to make his game. He wins the opening lead whatever it is, draws two rounds of trumps with the ace spades. When the suit doestf and king, then leads out the top break well, he ruffs the fourth spade. Then he takes the top diamonds and ruffs a diamond He now has the first 10 tricks and can afford to give up the . rest. How do you stay out of three notrump on such hands? There are some wonderful theorie .. that tell you how to bid such a : hand after you have discovered '··. that you cannot make three not '· rump. The bidding of today's ; hand is typical. The trouble is that you always play such a hand at three notrump and go down one. Then you explain how you should have bid it to '. get to four of a major. All verj useful. DAILY QUESTION As dealer, you hold Spades A K Q 5. Hearts 8 2, Diamonds A K 4, Clubs 9 6 5 3 . What do yoi say? ANSWER: Bid one spade Avoid an opening bid of 1-NT when you have two suits completely unstopped. A POCKET GUIDE TO BRIDGE is available. Get your copy by sending 50 cents to Tuc ;.son Daily Citizen, Box 338 ·Grand Central Station, New -'York, N.Y. 10017. Copyright 1MB Judge Orders Release Of Cheyenne PHOENIX (AP) - A federa judge has ordered the release of a Cheyenne Indian held on the Navajo Reservation 01 ground that Arizona officials ex ceeded their authority. U.S. District Court Judgi William P. 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