no-trumps

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no-trumps

[ˈnəʊˈtrʌmps] N to bid four no-trumpsmarcar cuatro sin triunfos
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The usual contracts were three no-trumps, five clubs and six clubs but one brave pair bid six no-trumps.
South eventually became declarer in six no-trumps. A top diamond was lead and declarer won and played the king of spades, West discarding the six of hearts.
A K 7 3 A K Q 7 4 2 K 2 3East J 10 2 J 8 6 5 K 9 8 5 4 2South played in six no-trumps which would have been alright had West not lead the queen of clubs.
With clubs as the agreed trump suit five no-trumps, the Grand Slam Force, sees partner bid seven clubs.
South played in three no-trumps and received the lead of a low heart.
You bid three hearts and East bids three no-trumps. What do you bid?
South plays in three no-trumps and West leads the six of hearts.
When we hold four-three-three-three opposite the same shape the advice is to play in three no-trumps rather than four of the major suit.
You play in six no-trumps and receive the lead of the queen of spades.
North passed and East bid the obvious two no-trumps. A slam looks likely but if you simply press on and eventually bid six no-trumps.
Three no-trumps is an option but you would probably play there.
South bid four spades, five would have been better, and West bid four no-trumps Key Card Blackwood.