Hand Naggers Never Quit- By SsfoaW amf James Jaeeby sontii 4k* ¥ 21 A876 west AQIO ¥75 SOCtll (fl) 4 A 93 ¥ A fi 3 2 *KQ4 A A02 Both vulnerable West North Easl Pass Pass Pnss Pass 2 V Pass 4 V Pass 6 V Pass Pnss Pass South 1N.T. 3 N. T. 4 N.t, ON, T. Opening lead—4 K Today's hand has appeared in our column before. Oswald Jacoby Was North and one of the greatest hand hogs of all time sal South. This hand was played in the early days of contract when any suit response to one no- trump was a one round force. South also hated to have his partners jump so Jacoby contented himself with a two heart response although he knew that he wanted to be in game at least. South's jump rebid to three no-trump showed at least 17 points. He played indefinite but strong no-trumps. Jacoby visualized a heart slam at this point but was afraid that a jump to the heart slam would merely lead to a six no-trump contract. So he made" a second underbid of four hearts. Sure enough, the hand hog came righl back With four no< trump. He had 4-34-3 distribution and even though his four card suit was the one his partner had been bidding, South wanted to play the hand. At this point Jacoby finally decided to bid his values and jumped to six hearts. South bid six no-trump! South made a valiant effort to make his no-trump sfam. He ducked the first club in order to "Set up a possible squeeze. He won the second club and ran hearts. East chucked a club as soon as possible to give West a count of that suit. Then East hung onto his diamonds while West just held whichever black cards South did. Of course, six hearts Would have been a cinch because one of Soulh's hearts could have been used to ruff that fourth diamond. Jacoby was mad then. He is still mad 3S years later, but blames himself for trying to get the hog to let him play a hand. INtwipapst Ehletptist Ann.) Q— -The bidding has been: West North East South 14 Pass Pass 1 • 24 Pass 3 4 Pass ? 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