I received the spade lead, took the Ace, ruffed a spade, AD, ruffed a spade, KD (Joyce let a heart go), heart to K and A. Now Joyce was stuck because of my club bid. She tried a small heart but I could take a free finesse which held as I threw a club, QH throwing another club and felling the Jack. I had 12 tricks.
Phoebe led a diamond to the K and Gerry led out AK and J of spades. He now played a club to the Q and K. Joyce played AK and another heart to Gerry's Q. He had come down to two spades, two diamonds and a club in dummy, he overtook QD with the Ace, cashed two spades leaving himself A10 of clubs in hand and took the marked finesse for 10 tricks, beating people in spades.
Jim led KC, Gerry took the Ace and immediately played a spade. Jim cashed AS and QC and exited with a spade to the King. Gerry tried AK of hearts, but Jim ruffed the second and was over-ruffed. Gerry could now just play a pure cross ruff (he had AC, KS, AH) making his eight diamonds separately.
So, Kevin led QD and I wondered if he might have seven of them for his double. I obviously wanted to throw a club to avoid the finesse and did it right away winning AD. I ruffed a diamond and worrying about that 7-2 diamond split I thought I'd better play a trump to check the lie of the land. So I came back to hand with AH and Kevin played an obvious singleton Jack. That's good I can ruff a diamond with 9H, however I thought I'd better concentrate on 12 tricks and set up the clubs. So I played AC, KC, ruffed a club and am in dummy. It now dawns on me that I can't get back to hand, ruff a diamond and draw trumps:
--- KJ1075 If I ruff a spade, ruff a diamond, cash QH, ruff a spade
K72 Q10 then Stuart has a long trump. The astute among you will
K8 --- have noticed that if I had kept ruffing high in dummy and
J9 --- had say Q 3 left, I could have finessed 7H ruffed a diamond,
ruffed a spade and made 13
However, all was not lost. If Kevin has AS will he let it go? I simply played QH, KH, JC, 9C, 7H and sure enough Kevin kept AS and I won the last two diamonds. Lucky. I think I actually went wrong at trick one, I should just ruff the diamond lead. I was put off by the thought of a diamond over-ruff, but the initial diamond ruff, AH felling the Jack KD discarding a club, ruff a diamond high and 13 are easy.