TEST III 
  TEST III A

1.   A. What is the maximum number of tricks you and 
           your partner could win on a single deal? ______
      B. The minimum?  ______

2.   A. What is the highest bid you can make?  _______
      B.  Bids at this level are called? ____________
      C. Bids at one level less are called? ___________

3.   Your opponents bid to a contract of 4 H.  How
      many tricks will you have to take to defeat 
      them?   ______

4.   A. What is the highest ranking red suit? ________
      B. Black suit?  ____________

5.   A. Can 1 of a Major suit be bid over 1 of a minor 
      suit?  ______
      B. Can 1 of a Minor suit be bid over 1 of a major 
      suit?  ______

6.   A. What is the lowest bid (other then pass) 
           you can make?  ____________
      B. How many tricks do you need to make this 
           contract?  ______
      C. How many tricks do your opponents need to 
           prevent you from making this contract?  ______

7.        SOUTH              NORTH 
             1 NT       =>       3 NT      all pass
      East/West passed throughout the above auction.
      A. Who is the declarer?                     ____________
      B. Who are the defenders?                ____________
      C. Who makes the opening lead?    ____________
      D. Who is the dummy?                      ____________

8.    A. How many tricks are needed to make 3 No 
            Trump?  ______
       B. How many tricks are needed by the defenders 
           to set this contract?  ______ 

9.    The average number of High Card Points (HCP)
       per hand is?  ______

10.  What is the total number of all possible bids? ____

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  TEST III B
Your partner opens the  bidding 
H. You have the following hands. Should your team definitely be in game? (Y). Or possibley be in game? (P). Or definitely not be in game? (N).

S  A Q 3 2 
H  K 9 2 
D  9 7 6 4
C  8 5                1.
 

S  Q 3 2 
H  9 7 
D  A Q J 10 4 
C  A J 5            2.

S  J 3 2 
H  9 7 
D  Q 10 8 7 6
C  9 4 3            3.

TEST III B
Your partner opens the  bidding 
1 No Trump. You have the following hands. Should your team definitely be in game? (Y). Or possibley be in game? (P). Or definitely not be in game? (N).

S  K 8 6 
H  Q 7 5 4 
D  J 7 6
C  8 3 2          4.
 

S  A Q 4 
H  K 5 
D  9 4 3 2
C  Q 8 7 6      5.

S  Q 8 4 
H  K 5
D  K 7 4 3 2
C  9 7 6          6.

   
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