New Canadian Bridge
South discarded a heart on dummy's king of diamonds and continued with a club to the jack. West grabbed the king to exit with a trump but declarer could ruff a heart, return to hand by trumping a diamond and extract the the ten of clubs. Two hearts could be parked on the pointed suit winners for twelve tricks, N-S +920. North employed Fourth Suit Forcing to elicit more information from partner. He subsequently set the trump by bidding four clubs. South cue bid the heart ace and North reciprocated by disclosing the ace of spades. South then wheeled out the Grand Slam force asking partner to bid seven clubs with two of the top three honors (king-queen). North's refusal to raise hearts dictated that he could not hold more than a doubleton. South fully expected that he could establish the heart suit with a ruff or two. One heart ruff was sufficient when North displayed four winners in the pointed suits. 6NT is icy because N-S hold the ace-king in all three side suits but South would not entertain any notion of play in this strain with the 6-6 pattern.