Martin.Sinot at tridentmicro.com
Mon Dec 14 17:04:20 CET 2009
Here is the difference in the Laws:
- a lead by the correct defender starts the playing period (L41C)
- a lead by the wrong defender is handled by L54A-D
- a lead by declarer or dummy is handled by L54E, which redirects it to L24.
So a lead attempt by the declaring side is to be handled as a card shown in the auction period, not a card prematurely played.
>How does one distinguish between a card exposed, after three passes, by:
>- correct defender
>- wrong defender
>- declarer or dummy
>I see nothing in the laws to make such a distinction.
>I believe that this card is a card prematurely played, not a card shown
>in the auction period.
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