Playing mostly E/W in a Hesitation Mitchell with Adrianne we came first with a super score of 68%.
Diamond lead to Ace, ruff a diamond. Now what about the trumps? I reckoned if Rod had been thinking about 5D and he had a singleton heart, he would have bid on. So the only way to pick up all the trumps is to hope Alex has a singleton Jack. I led QH, covered, Ace and dropped the Jack.
With the spade finesse right I claimed 11 tricks, a complete top BUT if I had cashed Q and A spades, ruffed a spade and crossed with a small trump, I would have made 13.
Well I'm not stopping there and bid 4N, Adrianne replied 5S, as I have the Q I know she has five spades to the K and AD. Seven looked possible now, I tried 5N, 6D showed one outside King (not specific). I toyed with the idea of 7S but can only be guessing. Unfortunately Adrianne, knowing we have all the keycards and that I have extra values by going on also wanted to bid 7S, however after my hesitation didn't think it was fully justified and passed. It was the easiest Grand you could ever be in.