Double Dummy Corner

 

Problem 1

composed by  Hugh Darwen, 1966

DR4

 none

 A5432

 Q3

 AKQ432

 QJ4

 J10

 K7654

 J109




 109876

 Q9876

 J109

 none

 AK532

 K

 A82

 8765

South to make six no-trumps. West leads the J.

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