SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1966 THE ANDERSON HERALD M8E II Winning Contract •jr ••war* Mranknt MM BRIDGE QUIZ Here ve four tips on how to choose whether to lead a trump. 1. Don't open a trump just oecause you find it difficult to decide which plain suit is best to lead. 2. Don't lead a singleton trump if there is fair chance partner may have an unshielded holding such as J-x-x-x. 3. Look with favor on a trump lead whenever you are sure your side holds the majority of high-card points. 4. Don't automatically lead a trump when you have strength in declarer's side suit. Remember that partner may be short in that suit and able to over- ruff dummy. It is more impor- BEETI.E BATLEY By MORT WALKER &»* \l 4* »843 SOB* 1* 4N.T. 6* Not* 19 3* All P.I P K 10 9 2 4>KJ97 North 3* sv All Pirn 108 4 Q in - 5 3 Teat North K«-l South P.ss 1 N.T. 2 -7 P«i» 3^ Pass 4V Dbl. AH P«ss lest holds: *K83 <5ll> 098631 4X743 1* a? 47 W«t holds 4AJ8S CJ864 North 1N.T. 032 * 10 9 R Nor* suit, for then dummy can over- ruff you. In the following problems, the choice between leading a trump j and leading a plain suit is pretty close. We favor the trump opening three times out of five. ANSWERS TO BRIDGE QUIZ a. Spade three. The trump opening is recommended because chances are South will 1 jbe able to ruff diamonds in I dummy with East unable to joverruff. Declarer will also be able to ruff hearts in his hand, I so it is advisable to try to. slash his crossruffing potential, j b. Diamond deuce. West must resist the temptation to lead trump just to avoid an admittedly difficult decision. There are two slender clues: East might have doubled North's Blackwood response had h e wanted a heart opening. Diamonds are more promising than clubs, since we have five clubs and N-S can be expected to be correspondingly short. c. Heart len. Leading a singleton trump won't hurt this time, for East's trump holding had probably been tipped off by his no trump bid. N-S must be relying heavily on ruffing tricks. d. Club ten. Note the difference in tactics as compared with Problem (a). Although' dummy may well be short in spades, East is probably short too, and if declarer tries to ruff spades East should be able! to overruff. Therefore leading trumps may damage East's hand. It is better to make an attacking lead in clubs. e. Spade eight. Since South has bid no trump, any plain suit lead up to his hand may give him a trick. The correct lead is the trump eight, not an honor, which could cost a trick if East held the lone ace, king or queen. HSZ6 BARNEY GOlXil.K AND SNIWY SMITH By FRED LASSWEI.L LOWEEZY-DIDVE KNOW THflT MISTER flN'MIZTATUM SOLD THEIR DWELL1N'HOUSE UP ON PINEy RID6E flN'MOVED OFF TO TH'FLATLANDS? 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