Coup de Merrimac

Coup de Merrimac
A 5
8 7
A D V 6 3 2
9 6 4
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N
O        E
S
R 8 6
(A) 9 6 4
R 9 4
10 7 5
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contrat de 3 SA, sur entame du 3 de

Le coup de Merrimac est une technique du jeu de bridge.

Le coup de Merrimac a pour but de détruire une rentrée indispensable dans une main présentant une longueur affranchissable. Il consiste à sacrifier un gros honneur (typiquement le Roi) pour obliger l'adversaire à jouer prématurement l'honneur supérieur qui constitue cette rentrée.

Dans l'exemple ci-contre, Est, en main à l'A après l'entame du 3, joue le R♠ pour faire sauter l'As. Les du mort sont maintenant inexploitables.

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