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North makes a grand slam. How?
Played at six clubs, doubled and vulnerable.
a If East opens with small spade, what will be the outcome?
b If East leads D-A and then small spade, what will be the outcome?
Spades, trumps. South has the lead. North-South must take nine tricks.
Played at No Trump. West has the lead. East-West to take two tricks.
Diamonds are trumps. North has the lead. East-West take two tricks.
Played at five clubs. By what lead can West set opponents?
Spades are trumps. North has the lead and North-South must take all six tricks.
Played to No Trump. East has the lead. East-West to take three tricks.
North-South to make a grand slam in No Trump. West leads S-8.
Culbertson's Self Teacher. 1935. Culbertson's Summary. 1936.
Indexed for Reference. Culbertson's Red Book on Play. 1934.
"The master volume" of rules and reasons. One Hundred and One Celebrated Hands in Contract Bridge,
Milton C. Work and Olive A. Peterson. [The above books are publications of the John C. Winston Company, Philadelphia.] Better Bridge, Samuel Fry, Jr. The Leisure League of America, New York. 1935. A book "to polish off the rough edges of your game."