South ducked the opening lead as West continued with the six of clubs misreading the position. Declarer scooped the jack and unblocked the king and jack of hearts. A diamond to the ace was followed by two heart winners on which South discarded a spade and a diamond. An advance of the ten of diamonds fetched the queen and king and, when West followed suit, South could claim three overtricks, N-S +490. A spade switch at trick two would not have altered the result. Dummy's queen will be covered by the king and ace. South unblocks the hearts and crosses to the ace of diamonds to finish the hearts, throwing a spade and a club from hand. The ten of diamonds collects the queen resulting in another twelve tricks.
South's 2NT rebid was understrength but he did not want to risk a three diamond rebid for fear of being passed out. This action would also be flawed because the diamond suit was emaciated. North will be presented with a problem in this scenario since he does not hold a club stopper. He could rebid three spades in search of a club guard. South would naturally convert to 3NT allowing N-S to once again reach their par.