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Rijstaffel Delicacy

In my role as a commentator on BBO vugraph I often see interesting problems. This one from an Indonesia team match intrigued me:

North
AKQ
AK94
Q864
96
South
J9
1085
A10
AKQJ102
W
N
E
S
2
P
2
P
3NT
P
4
P
4
P
7
P
P
P

South showed six or seven solid clubs, no singleton and the DA - and fewer than 17 HCP. Armed with that information, and apparently having no way to find out about a seventh club, North decided to have a shot at the grand.

West led a trump to which East follows. How should South play the hand? Does it matter who has long trumps? How good are South's chances on your selected line of play? How long would it take you at the table?

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