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Approximate running time: 110 minutes.
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One of the most important considerations for a defender is to decide whether to defend a deal actively or passively.
Some deals call for active defense. On these, you must be very aggressive in trying to set up or cash winners, attack an entry, etc. Active defense usually involves breaking new suits and hoping partner has the right card(s).
On the other hand, on many deals the best approach for the defenders is to be passive. In bridge, "passive defense" should NOT be regarded as a negative term. Unless you have a sequence, or are leading a suit where partner has promised length and/or strength, there are infinite situations where breaking a new suit will hand declarer an extra trick in that suit.
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