Good and bad are always involved at the bridge table. We all like to get to good contracts and stay away from poor ones. Yet, as we all know - sometimes doing the opposite can actually lead to large gains.
This week, John Koch tells us about a hand where that's exactly what happened. Declarer got to a lousy contract. But a combination of good and bad: good breaks, good card reading and bad defense (all necessary!) led to success.
When you are dealt lemons - try your best to concoct lemonade from it!