From the Middlesex Congress Swiss Pairs in December.
This deal was bid and played by David Wing of London.
West's rebid of one notrump showed a balanced 15-17 hand.
On the queen of clubs lead David won with dummy's king, cashed dummy's hearts, crossed back to hand with a diamond, then cashed all the hearts and the top diamonds. Reading the discards well he then exited with the last diamond; South was endplayed to give a spade trick to dummy's king. Making ten tricks was an excellent score.
At many tables the auction went one heart, one spade, two diamonds, two hearts, pass. Did anyone do anything wrong?