Updated after the class on 9/4.
Here’s what I covered.
1. Suit combination AJ9 opposite xx(x), what’s the best play for 2 tricks?
Answer: You should finesse the 9 on the first trick. If it loses to the K or Q then finesse the J the second time. This wins when RHO has Kx(x)(x) or Qx(x)(x) and loses when RHO has 10x(x)(x), 2:1 odds.
2. Two defense problems I posted:
The worksheet for Thursday’s lesson is available here. Please print it out and bring it with you. I’ll have a few extras, but not many.