By Eddie Kantar
Courtesy of KantarBridge.com
North-South vulnerable, IMPs
Opening lead: ♣A
East plays the ♣K and West shifts to the ♥Q. Plan the play.
East and West have badly misjudged the situation. They have a great non-vulnerable save in 7♥. In addition, East has tipped off the location of the ♠Q.
Your play is to ruff the heart continuation at trick two using both of your high hearts as dummy entries to take two spade finesses as West figures to be void in spades.
The full deal:
THE BOTTOM LINE
When playing against a whopping two-suiter, you may have to make adjustments in the play of the other suits.