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South opened with 1♣ after East passed. West overcalled 2♠ (weak, at least 6 spades). North doubled (negative double, at least four hearts). East passed. South responded 2NT, West passed. North bid 3♦, East 3♠. South, who might have gone for 3NT, decided to declare 4♥, after East supported West`s long spades. East doubled.
West led the ♠Q. How can South win ten tricks?
Contract: 4♥ by South
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South should be prepared for bad breaks, which controversially, will be a great help.
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