You lead A♠ and K♠, partner play 9 and 7, the declarer follows with 2 and 3. You continue with:
a) 2♥ b) Q♦ c) 3♣ d) Q♣
Are You Shure You Got It?
Check The Answer Here
Solution: d) Partner has the Q♠. We are not sure about the J♠. If the declarer has the J♠, we need to set club trick before the declarer establishes the 10♠ and pitch his club loser. If we start with low club, declarer may play the 9 from dummy, then a club to the jack and our spade trick will disappear over the J♣. The solution is to play the Q♣ on the third round. We can create an entry to partner’s hand to cash the J♠ or the declarer will stay with four losers to the end.
If this quiz was difficult for you join my bridge lessons for intermediate HERE.
GET MY FREE BRIDGE GUIDE
"Improve Your Bridge Game In A Few Days"