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Approximate running time: 110 minutes.
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When declaring 4 of a major, there are many things for declarer to consider. Here is a general outline with some tips:
Count Your Losers
But, if you think that counting winners will be more helpful, don't hesitate to do so. Make a plan to reduce your # losers (or increase your # winners).
If an opponent took action, what do you know about his hand? If the opponents passed throughout, are their any negative inferences you can draw?
The opening lead
Memorize it and consider its significance.
Your trump suit
How many trump do the opponents have? How are they likely to divide? Should you lead trump ASAP? Unless you are 100% sure that you should - don't!
Will this be an issue? If one hand is a lot stronger than the other, the answer is often YES.
Identify it. Then consider how to handle it.
What to play at trick 1
Even if it seems obvious - think! If you have a choice of where to win the trick, it's usually correct to think, "Where will I need to be LATER?" Marty sez: If you will/might win trick 1, do NOT play until you have decided how you plan to continue.
In this lesson, Marty will show you how to:
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