Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at a-k.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • But he ruffed a diamond at Trick Two and got to dummy with the A-K of clubs to ruff two more diamonds with high trumps.

    Bridge

  • In today's deal, South took the ace of clubs and cashed the A-K of trumps.

    Bridge

  • East won and led a trump, and South took the A-K of trumps, ruffed his low diamond in dummy, cashed the ace of hearts and ruffed a spade.

    Bridge

  • West led the jack of hearts, and South won and took the A-K of trumps, disdaining a safety play.

    Bridge

  • South can ruff the first diamond and take the Q-J of trumps and next the A-K of clubs.

    Bridge

  • He takes the king of spades, A-K of diamonds, ace of spades and a spade ruff.

    Bridge

  • He took the A-K of clubs, led a heart to dummy and ruffed a club.

    Bridge

  • She could take the A-K, and if East-West played low, Alice could start the diamonds and lose one club and one trump.

    Bridge

  • South would have done better to cash the A-K of trumps.

    Bridge

  • South could reason that West's opening lead would have been a high spade if he held the A-K.

    Bridge

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.