You’re playing in the Cavendish Teams, so sit up and pay attention. West (Bobby Levin) leads the ♣K, and East (Steve Weinstein) plays the ♣4, suit preference. At trick two the ♥Q holds, and when you continue with the ♥K, West wins the ♥A, East discarding a discouraging diamond. West goes into a long think before finally emerging with the ♦10. Plan the play2 IMPs.
|3♦ 1||4♠||All Pass|
West leads the ♦A. East plays the ♦10, suit preference, and West obediently shifts to the ♥9. You play low from dummy as East wins the queen and shifts to a trump, West following. Where should you go from here?.