This section contains quizzes to test your knowledge of the videos for each module, as well as some further hints for playing level one and level two bridge.

Module 1 & 2 Quiz

They won't all be this easy!

Q1 What is the correct ranking of the suits, from highest to lowest?
A Hearts, Diamonds, Spades, Clubs
B Spades, Diamonds, Hearts, Clubs
C Spades, Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs
Q2 What do we call the player who is playing the contract (playing their own hand and their partner’s?)
A Declaimer
B Declarer
C Brian
Q3 What do we call the other two players, who work together in opposition to the player playing the contract?
A Defenders
B Dummies
C Usually defenders, but dummies or worse if they play really badly
Q4 Which player plays first (leads) to the first trick?
A Declarer’s partner
B The player to the left of Declarer
C The player to the right of Declarer
Q5 In which order does play proceed once the fist lead has been made?
A Anticlockwise
B Clockwise
C It doesn’t matter
Q6 How are the cards from dummy played, assuming North is the dummy?
A They are put on the table but North chooses which card to play on each trick
B Declarer (South) reaches across the table and plays the cards from the North hand in turn
C Declarer (South) names, or calls for, the card they would like to play from the dummy and North plays it for them
Q7 What do you do if you can’t follow suit (you have no cards in the suit that has been led)?
A Skip your turn
B Play any card you like from one of the other three suits
C Do a forfeit chosen by your partner

Module 3 Quiz

Q1 You are playing in a contract where diamonds are trumps and you have run out of clubs. One of you opponents leads A♣. Which statement is true?
A You can’t follow suit, so you must play a trump
B You should not play a trump because it’s a bit mean to do so
C You are allowed to trump if you want to, but you don’t have to
Q2 Playing in a contract where hearts are trumps, you have no clubs in your hand. Your partner wins a trick and leads A♣. The next player (Declarer) plays a small club and now it’s your turn to play. Which statement best describes what you should do?
A Play a trump - you cannot follow suit, so you are allowed to ruff
B Play a card you don’t want from another suit (discard)
C Play a spade, because at least it’s the same colour as the card that’s been led
Q3 You are a defender in a contract where spades are trumps. You have run out of diamonds after two rounds of diamonds have been played. Declarer now leads another diamond and your partner plays a higher diamond. Declarer calls for a small trump from dummy. Should you...
A Play a higher trump than dummy’s - you will win the trick
B Discard a card from another suit
C Play the highest trump you have, just to intimidate your opponents
Q4 You are the defender on lead against a contract where hearts are trumps. This is your hand:

Which card should you lead?

B 9♠
C 6
Q5 You are Declarer, playing in a trump contract. Which statement best describes how you should think about whether to start playing trumps?
A Always play trumps as soon as you can - you don’t want the defenders to be able to ruff your winners
B Always hang on to your trumps for as long as you can - they will be useful for trumping the defenders’ winners
C Think about how you plan to take tricks at the start of the hand - might you need to keep small trumps in dummy to ruff losers from your own hand?

Module 4 Quiz

Q1 What would be your side’s score if you bid 3 spades and made 11 tricks?
A +200
B +450
C +190
Q2 What would your side’s score be if you bid 4 spades and made 11 tricks?
A +420
B +450
C +200
Q3 What would your side’s score be if you bid 6 spades and made 11 tricks?
A -50
B +450
C +200
Q4 What would your side’s score be if you bid 2NT and made 12 tricks?
A +230
B +390
C +240
Q5 What would your side’s score be if you bid 3NT and made 12 tricks?
A +390
B +490
C +590
Q6 What would your side’s score be if you bid 6NT and made 12 tricks?
A +590
B +790
C +690