Tricky Play / bid situation for reader to solve
Good Bridge players draw useful inferencs from all the calls in the auction including passes. See if you can come to some useful inferences in the following situation.
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A simple squeeze has some basic requirements. One of those is that there shouldn't be any trick to lose. If everyone holds 6 cards, you should need to make all those six tricks. If you need to make five tricks with six cards remaining, you need to lose a trick early, win whatever defenders return, and then go for the simple squeeze. If, for some reason, you cannot afford to lose a trick that way, you need to look for some other technical play instead of a simple squeeze.