This week's episode in "The Perils of the Bridge Table" might properly be termed a canard. Probably more people would recognize this word canard as meaning a hoax than know that its specific meaning in the French from which it derives is "a duck." The hand we are about to show qualifies under either meaning.
When you must decide whether to win or concede a trick, put yourself in your opponent's place and try to figure out what he is apt to do if he is allowed to hold the lead. Remember, he must make up his mind what to do looking at his hand—not yours.