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Identifying Illicit Understanding

What is a suspicious action? Let’s look at a few possible examples.

!SQ642 !HQ642, !D873, !CA5.

On lead after auction of 1NT-3NT.

Suppose a spade lead is found. Partner’s whole hand is KJ10xx of spades, and the spade lead is needed to defeat the contract.

If this lead were made against you, would you think it suspicious? Of course not. The player had what appears to be basically a blind guess, and guessed right.

Suppose the ace of clubs is led. Partner’s whole hand is KQJ10x of clubs, and the club lead is needed to defeat the…

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