LESSON 32.1: GENERAL RULES OF DEFENSE IN SECOND SEAT

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a) It is usually recommended to play low in second seat (when the lead comes from declarer or dummy)

b) However, it is preferable to play high in second seat

  - when the setting trick is in view

  - when suspecting that declarer is trying to steal a trick

  - when partner has shown strength during the auction against a notrump contract (to return his suit as soon as possible)

  - when wishing to prevent declarer from reaching his hand

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