Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 4
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 4

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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PA*4 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN FRIDAY, MARCH II, vlieinwold I On I Bridge «-By ALFRED SHEINWOLD ?tt you're going to stage a rob- Mry in broad daylight, an inno- cfht look is a better disguise tbkn a black silk mask. If this diesn't sound right to you, just look at a hand from a recent t«m championship. South dealer Neither side vulnerable NORTH * 85 V 873 O JI72 + K Q 6 4 WEST EAST ^ * 10973 . ^ O A43 O K + J 1 0 7 3 SOUTH A A K J 6 2 O J109SS * A Wot Nortfc 1 * Past 1 NT 3 O Pan 4 0 5 0 All Pan Opening kad -- EMt Pan Pan :3tt the first table of the match Smith made it obvious that he planned to do away with a trick. Hfe won the first trick with the ace of hearts and immediately cleared the ace of clubs out of the way. South next cashed the top spades and led a low spade. tiQett saw that South desperately wanted to get to dummy to discard on. the clubs, so he stepped up with the ace of trumps and cashed a heart t^ck before-it got away from him. iast eventually took the setting trick with the king of diamonds, and everybody tossed compliments at West for being so; alert. Nobody thought of tossing a cabbage at South for being so clumsy. ^At the second table South did opt make the club situation so obvious. After winning the first trick with'tile ace of hearts, declarer led out the top spades: Te queen dropped, and South saw what would happen if he cleared the ace of clubs out of the way. Instead, South led a low spade. West discarded a club, since there was no danger. Declarer ruffed the spade in dummy and returned to bis hand with the ace of clubs to lead another low spade;, "West still saw no danger. Sguth had made no attempt to discard anything on dummy's elfins, so West discarded another club. South ruffed in dummy and cashed the king of clubs to get rid of the losing heart. Then he gave up two trump .tricks and made his contract. The longest way around is sometimes the shortest way home. . ---.:-, QUESTION: Partner opens with one spade and the next player passes. You hold: spades 10, 9, 7, 3, hearts 10, 9, 6,12, diamonds K, clubs J, 10, 7 3. What do you say? -ANSWER: Bid two spades. Ybu have only four points in high cards but the singleton combined with four trumps adds enough to give you the values for a raise. · To order "A Pocket Guide to Bridge" send 50 cents to the Tucson Daily Citizen, Box 3318, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017. It covers* bidding conventions, point count,, etc. Copyright 19« PERSONAL PORTABLE TV Model 11IABL -· All-channel VHF-UHF reception with the new G-E Tandem "82" integrated- tuning system featuring ; exclusive "410" perma- ', trenic transistor tuner. 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