In a suit contract, declarer must always decide if his first move is to draw trump, or something else. The "something else" usually involves something like:
1) Needing trumps to ruff losers in the short hand
2) Needing to first set up (or take) a discard of a loser
3) Entry issues (needing trump to get back and forth)
Playing 4, you receive the 10 lead. Which suit do you play at trick 2 and why?
In 4, the lead is the K. You win and after pitching a club on a diamond, what suit should you play next?
In 4 the lead is the K. Let's assume you win the A at trick one, what suit do you play at trick 2?
In 4 the lead is the K. You choose to win (ducking is dangerous). How do you plan on making your contract?
Play a diamond and hope the A is with East.
A and a club finesse.
A, K and ruff a club then a heart to endplay either hand.
Draw trump and exit a spade to endplay West.
Cross to dummy with a club and then lead the 10 to sneak a diamond trick.
Playing in 6 you receive the lead of the K. You win the A pitching a heart, what suit should you play first?
Trick question--I ruff the first trick and set up the dummy.