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One of the key elements of good declarer play is creating extra winners by developing a long suit. I can't remember the number of times I have said in a class: "I never met a 5-card suit I didn't like." Even a super-weak side suit such as 6 5 4 3 2 has the potential to develop additional tricks in either suit contracts or notrump. Of course, unless partner has a lot of length and strength in this suit, you would very much prefer that you got a good split.
On the other hand, when asked what is the most annoying type of hand to declare, the first thing that comes to mind is "hands where you get a bad split in trump." With an 8-card trump fit, almost 1/3 of the time, an opponent will have at least four trump against you. Therefore, learning how to try to cope with that kind of bad split can allow you to bring home contracts that proved too difficult for others.
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