Second seat low

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Dlan
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Second seat low

Unread post by Dlan » Sat Nov 20, 2021 11:22 am

While it wouldn't affect the outcome of this hand, playing second seat low (and saving a higher card for later in the hand) is the recommended play.

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Unread post by Richardb02 » Sat Nov 20, 2021 2:10 pm

Excellent point. On Round 2, aka Street 2, S2 (South) should play the Tc, based on Second Hand Low. It “gives his partner a chance.” Partner, S3 (North) would have taken Trick 2 with his Right. S2’s Left then is guaranteed to take a trick and a euchre is more likely.

2nd Hand Low is not the title of any of the lessons in OE (Ohio Euchre). It is found in the section titled, “Give Your Partner a Chance.”

This link will take you to Lesson 6. Read lessons 7, 8 and the remaining 5 lessons to understand the concept more thoroughly.

https://ohioeuchre.com/E_second-hand-low-euchre.php


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