Double Dummy Corner

 

Problem 304

contributed by Robert Lemaire, 1986
but it turns out to be insignificantly different from a much-publicised hand played by Tim Seres in 1965.  The 3-card ending was a new one at the time, much to everybody's surprise.

DR3

♠ Q7642

 94

 KQ

♣ KQJ4

♠ 1085

 J632

 AJ8

♣ 987




♠ KJ93

 K107

 97653

♣ 10

♠ A

 AQ85

 1042

♣ A6532

South to make six clubs.  West leads the ♣9.

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Successful solvers to date:  Dick Yuen, Jean-Marc Bihl, Amy Chen, Black Liang, Yunfeng Zhu, Derek Lu, F.Y. Sing, Leigh Matheson

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Date last modified: 11 March, 2017