The advice to 'cover an honour with an honour' aims to force declarer to use two high cards to win a trick. When this happens, it often promotes a card that can win a trick for your side for your side.If you can see two or more touching honours in the dummy, it's may be best to cover the last honour played. Of course, there are situations where it's usually best not to cover if it will lose you a trick or you and partner have no high cards to promote. Oasis Bridge Tuition: Maggie Hadley
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