A deal from an online MCBA pairs event.
The South hand above is certainly the best hand I have ever picked up in 50 years of playing bridge. Many opened seven diamonds or overcalled seven diamonds if East braved a weak two heart opening. Dummy's jack of clubs was a fine card. Surprisingly the slam could be beaten on a club lead ruffed by East. A few tables made a Lightner double on the East hand leaving West to guess between spades or clubs for the lead.
The best result, however, was obtained by Adam Wiseberg (South) and Catherine Draper (North).
Adam took the auction more slowly (see above). This induced West to make a penalty double with his heart ace and four clubs. Adam confidently redoubled for the rare score of 2660.
Seven hearts is a good save against the grand slam but no-one found it.