Declarer sentence example

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  • If the declarer succeeds in making at least the number of tricks he stood for he wins whatever stakes are played for; if not he loses.

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  • The author introduces an element of verisimilitude into the play by allowing declarer to make the contract in spite of herself.

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  • This gave declarer a fairly precise count on the hand.

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  • After declarer claims the remaining tricks, if a defender disagrees with the claim, he should ask declarer to continue playing.

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  • The author has arranged for South to become declarer no matter which hand he held, which is not in itself a problem.

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  • Or lead the unbid suit, knowing that declarer could easily have a stronger spade holding than heart holding?

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  • In the end she played small, declarer scored his 10 and went on to make his doubled contract.

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  • After three rounds of diamonds declarer leads a spade from the table, and defensive communications are broken beyond repair.

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  • Apparently you play high-low on the first suit declarer plays to show you like partner's opening lead!

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  • Declarer must now attack trumps, but North wins the 2nd round and forces declarer must now attack trumps, but North wins the 2nd round and forces declarer to ruff a 3rd time.

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  • At my table declarer should, at the point already reached, try a low club from hand, ducking in dummy.

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  • Thus it was that the Q lay exposed on the table, while declarer played A and ruffed a diamond.

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  • Also, declarer has 3 spades and dummy has 4, so partner has a singleton.

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