Double Dummy Corner

 

Problem 499

composed by Leslie Cass, 2004.

DR6

♠ 97

 53

 5

♣ 9753

♠ 42

 AQ7

 9

♣ 864




♠ K86

 108

 KJ8

♣ A

♠ AQJ

 K64

 A3

♣ none

Which card or cards can be added to the South hand so that, with South to lead, North-South can make four tricks with diamonds as trumps?  (Solutions do not have to be accompanied by explanations.)

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Date last modified: 11 March, 2017