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Lesson 21: QUIZ
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  1. What is the primary purpose of "leading through Dummy's weakness, and up to Dummy's strength"?
  2. What types of opening leads can you make as a Defender?
  3. Name four examples of an attacking lead.
  4. Name five examples of a defensive lead.
  5. Which card do you lead as opening trump lead with the following holdings.
    1. A 5 2
    2. A 8
    3. K 9 4
    4. 8 6 5
    5. 9 2
    6. J 10 6
  6. With which trump length is it best not to lead trumps?
  7. How do you encourage Partner to keep leading a suit?
  8. Declarer leads a 3rd round of trumps (Spades) and your Partner, playing Mc Kennie discards, discard the following cards. Which suit does he wants you to lead?
    1. 8 of Hearts
    2. 2 of Hearts
    3. 3 of Clubs
    4. 7 of Clubs
    5. 9 of Diamonds
    6. 4 of Diamonds
  9. Which card do you lead as an opening lead in a suit contract?
    1. J 10 9 3
    2. Q J 9 4
    3. K Q 8 3
    4. A 9 6 4 2
    5. K J 10 4
    6. Q J 4
    7. K J 7 2
    8. A K 3
    9. A K
    10. A 4
    11. K 3
  10. Partner leads the Diamond 4, Dummy the 5. Which card do you play as 3rd player?
    Dummy
    D - Q 9 (5)  
    Partner    
    D - (4)
    You?
    a. D - K 10 3
    b. D - K 10 8 3
    c. D - K 7 2

  11. Dummy leads the Queen of Spades. Which card do you play?
    Dummy
    S - (Q) J 9 3  
    You?
    a. S - K 10
    b. S - K 10 8
    c. s - K 7
  12. Declarer leads the Jack of Hearts. Which card do you play?
  13. Dummy
    H - A 10 6 4
    You?
    a. H - Q 8 2  
    b. H - K 2
    c. H - K Q 9 2
    Declarer
    H - (J)


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