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50 English Bridge February 2016 www.ebu.co.uk

THIS MONTH'S QUIZ

West North East South

1™ Pass Pass 1NT1

Pass 3NT All Pass

1 10-14.

Choose from: (a) ´2; (b) ™A; (c) ™Q; (d) tA.

HHHHH

West North East South

1NT1

Pass 2t2 Pass 2™

Pass 4™ All Pass

1 12-14; 2 Transfer to hearts

Choose from: (a) a spade; (b) a heart; (c) tA; (d) a club.

HHHHH

West North East South

1NT1

Pass 4NT2 Pass 6NT

All Pass

1 12-14; 2 Natural and invitational.

Choose: (a) ´K; (b) ™2; (c) a diamond; (d) ®8. r

Hand 1

´ J 5 2

™ A Q J 7 5 4

t A 7

® 7 5

Hand 2

´ 9 8 6

™ 10 4

t A Q

® 10 8 7 6 5 4

Hand 3

´ K Q 10 2

™ K 5 3 2

t 7 6 5 2

® 8

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ANSWERS TO DECEMBER QUIZ: Page 54

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