Maybe not the same, but I faced a similar situation last weekend.
1C (precision, 16+)-(1S)-2N (12-14 balanced, spade stop)-(3S)
Quant, minors, aces?
I asked my friends. Total 200k+ masterpoints. I got votes for all three.
On the given auction, our agreements are 1C precision and not ...
Playing in a regional KO, Steve Weinstein led small from Qxx against a slam and it was right. He knew that dummy was hitting with a huge hand, likely including the trump AK. The opponents were in a 4-4 fit. Declarer, a several time national champion, played for Qx offside.
You are correct sir. Reno Nationals. Playing the mixed swiss on the Meckstroth team (yes, Sally.) Exactly as described. As I reported and as is burned permanently in my memory, the contract was 6C, dummy had A8xx, declarer called small from dummy and I played the 9 from J9xx in ...
Consider two 7NT contracts.
N: AQJ, AQJ, AKQ, xxxx
S: xxx, xxx, xxx, AKQJ
N: xxx, AQJ, AKQ, xxxx
S: AQJ, xxx, xxx, AKQJ
Both contracts are "two of two finesses", but Contract 2 is a better contract because you take the finesses against opposite hands ...