A deal from an online match.
After East opened one heart South bid two hearts to show five spades and a five card minor. West doubled, presumably to show a heart raise.
North, Phil Taylor, despite only holding five points, decided to bid four spades with a useful void and fitting cards for whichever minor South held.
East now bid five hearts and the bidding came back to North. Two conflicting mantras apply here; "the five level belongs to the opponents" and "bid one more with a void".
North bid five spades expecting it either to make or to be a cheap save; West doubled this hopefully.
There was little to the play. After two hearts were ruffed by North and trumps drawn it only remained to find West with the diamond king.
In the other room the auction was as follows
This auction was a bit of a mystery, South's three diamonds seems to show five-five in spades and diamonds, but North apparently interpreted it as diamonds. The upshot was that East played in five hearts doubled. There wasn't much to the play of this either. A double doubled game swing scoring 17 imps.
Thanks to Phil Taylor for reporting this deal