Partner returned the ♣2, declarer played the ♣7 and ♣Q in that order. As an aside, playing third-fifth leads, should you lead the ♣8 on opening lead, or is there a case for leading the ♣3 so as to not give the impression of say 8 doubleton?
I would lead a club to the king at trick 2. If West has the ♣A, he may not know to play it, in which case I am (pretty much) home. If West goes up with the ♣A and plays a heart, I have to decide between overtaking the ♣Q ...
Here is a start
1) Educational software embedded into BBO
2) Chat rooms
3) A double dummy section
4) Easier setup of non-set team games (could chat to lobby)
5) A more intuitive chat interface (in the web version, I click a person's name to see what they are ...