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By FRANK STEWART Tribune Content Agency When a high-profile trial ended, a newspaper story reported that "the prosecutor did an excellent job of gumming up the case." We could put today's South on trial s ince h e g u m med u p a n e a s y contract. When South tried for slam b y b i d ding f i v e s p ades, N o r th acceptedbecause of his three aces. Against six spades, West led the queen ofdiamonds, and declarer took the ace and drew trumps, after which the prosecution could rest. South next cashed theA-K of clubs and ruffed a club, but West discarded. South could then go to the ace of hearts to ruff a fourth club, but he couldn't get back to dummy for the good fifth club. He lost a diamond and a heart. EASY DEAL

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