A curiosity from the President's Cup first round.
South arrived in six spades on the above auction. Five spades was an interesting bid, rather overvaluing the hand, but it worked out.
West lead the diamond king, overtaken by East and ruffed by declarer. South now played a spade to the king, then a club to the ace, then ran the jack of hearts to East's king who won and returned a second spade. The ace and queen of hearts were cashed followed by a heart ruff and the ace of clubs. South now claimed on a cross ruff the position being as below.
Note the East hand - all tens.