West switched to the deuce of spades for the three, king and ace. Declarer continued with a diamond towards the dummy winning the king when West played low. A heart was advanced towards the closed hand but the jack was inserted when East contributed the deuce. West scored the queen and cleared trump by playing queen and another. South won in hand and tried the effect of the king of hearts. East was entitled to two heart tricks but eight tricks were home, N-S +110. East had performed well by not rising with the ace of hearts but it was quite clear from the auction that declarer held heart length. South had the option of overcalling two hearts which would not be a cuebid but natural, showing long and strong hearts. When the opponents have bid two suits, an overcall in either suit is natural. South had two ways to reveal length in the unbid suits. He could offer a takeout double or an Unusual NT overcall (1NT or 2NT). E-W had been wise to subside on this layout since they have nowhere to play even though they hold a 22-18 HCP advantage. West's resolve to open one club instead of 1NT was odd as was the decision to rebid a modest five-bagger.