Double Dummy Corner

 

Problem 12

composed by Ernest Pawle, 1951

DR2

♠ KQ4

 A32

 QJ1098

♣ J4

♠ 532

 8765

 765432

♣ none




♠ J76

 KQJ1094

 none

♣ Q1092

♠ A1098

 none

 AK

♣ AK87653

South to make six spades. West leads the 5.

This one is somewhat imprecise.

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Successful solvers to date: Daniël de Lind, Steve Bloom, Simon Hill, Tolga Mert, Jean-Marc Bihl, David Grainger, Volkan Denizci, Şenol Baban, Noer Imanzal, Jason Chu, K.Y. Chen, Georg Edelmann, Uğur İlker Özdal, Ergun Bolek, Amar Nath Poddar, Jean-Christophe Clément, Amy Chen, Yunfeng Zhu, Peter Nijmeijer, Tsuo Chung-Ching, Dadio Ni, Ian Fan, D. C. Lin, Dick Yuen, Richard Astley, Klaas Naaijkens, Jesper Dall, Wim van der Zijden, Derek Lu, Kent Cheung, Sanjib Basak, F.Y. Sing, Rajeswar Tewari, Barry Rigal, Yair Arad from Kfar Shmuel, Leigh Matheson, Prahalad Rajkumar, Nikola Djukanovic Zoran Sibinović, A.V. Ramana Rao, Matt Smith, C.T. Tam, Mick Lukowski

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