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Mckenney Discards Bridge with Harold Schogger ©
© Partner leads the J and you have to discard. What to do ? If you throw a High Heart you have thrown a winner and the setting trick If you throw a discouraging 3 or discouraging 5 partner still has to guess So what to do ?
Bridge with Harold Schogger © Partner leads the J and you have to discard. What to do ? If you throw a High Heart you have thrown a winner and the setting trick If you throw a discouraging 3 or discouraging 5 partner still has to guess So what to do ? You need to tell partner to play a Heart without releaing a winning Heart Discard high rubbish you want the higher of two remining suits And low rubbish you want the lower of the two remaining suits
Bridge with Harold Schogger © You need to tell partner to play a Heart without releasing a winning Heart Discard high rubbish you want the higher of two remining suits And low rubbish you want the lower of the two remaining suits So you can either play 9 or 3 to get this message over Now partner will duly play a low Heart after declarer takes the losing Diamond finesse and now the contract will go one off
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