Friday, 17 August 2012

Leading Away From A King

The opening lead in a game of bridge can be the crucial card that helps your partnership to defeat the contract.  Most players accept that you should never lead away from an Ace - it can give away a trick, especially if the opposing partnership hold a singleton king.

Does the same thing apply to leading away from a king?  Usually, it is safe to lead away from a king and in most circumstances it is unlikely that it will give away a trick.  You can read more about leading away from a king and see a working example if you click here.

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