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East followed suit with the nine of hearts first and then casually played the ten of diamonds on the second heart. As a practical player, East knew that after midnight it pays to follow color when you cannot follow suit. South carelessly took it for granted that the red ten was a heart. He cashed the ace of diamonds, ruffed a diamond with dummy's last trump and discarded a diamond on dummy's queen of hearts. West, another practical player, followed with the Jack of hearts, keeping the ten In his hand. Sure that dummy's hearts were all good, declarer led another heart from dummy and discarded the eight of diamonds from his hand. West pounced on the trick with the ten of hearts and cashed the king of diamonds to defeat the contract before a bewildered South could tell what was going on. North was not pleased by the result. "The next time you get to a slam," he advised his partner, "Just show your cards and claim your contract. Maybe they'll think that even you can't possibly find a way to go down." Eventually the players at the first table finished their hands and waited for the results of the same hands at the second table. The slam was the last hand played, and a kibitzer came back with a disquieting report: "They got to a grand slam." There was no way to make it, the players agreed. If South drew three rands of trumps he couldn't clear the hearts. If South tried to cash two hearts before drawing trumps, East would ruff the second heart. Another kibitzer came back to report the play of the first few tricks. "He's going to go down a million," he reported. "He Just threw away an ace and cackled like an idiot! " The waiting players looked at each other with a wild surmise. There was one way to make the slam, thev dlsrnv. Fieldcrest's "hip" pattern for youn mods. A fine 35 polyester, 65 cotton percale. Give a set as a gift. In Pinkorange or bluegreen. 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Thin play enable declarer to ruff the second round of hearts; and East can do nothing about It. South leads a trump to dummy's queen to draw the last trump and ruffs another lew heart with Iris own last trump. Phone 833-8443 24 hr. Phone order service Personal shopping and daily delivery service. Take up to 10 months to pay on your Pioneer Charge Account We pay for parking on all downtown lots. Park & Shop.