Double Dummy Corner

 

Problem 484

composed by Hugh Darwen, 2003.

DR8

♠ 432

 32

 Q32

♣ KQ432

♠ J1098

 Q108

 J6

♣ J1098




♠ K76

 A97

 A987

♣ 765

♠ AQ5

 KJ654

 K1054

♣ A

South is in two no-trumps, which can be made against any defence. However, one lead by West is clearly superior to all the others. What lead is it and how does declarer succeed against that lead?

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