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What do you play at trick three? The rest of the story

(Before reading on, you should review "What do you play at trick three?" posted on Monday October 28th.)

So I cashed the top two hearts and exited with the C2. Here is the ACTUAL DEAL from the final match of the prestigious Longmont, Colorado sectional held in the barn at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.

West
QJ2
AK1065
2
QJ32
North
983
KJ9754
A1074
East
1043
Q42
AQ1083
65
South
AK98765
J7
6
K98
W
N
E
S
1
P
2
3
P
P
P
D
3 South
NS: 0 EW: 0

For the enjoyment of your fellow Bridge Winnerians, I ask you please do not comment on how or why I should have defended better. Let them SPOT it for themselves. Instead, you may rate my defense using the following ranking system. (As I write this, it is twenty degrees and SEVEN inches of snow is falling here in Colorado.)

"Dave, your defense was such that you deserve to sleep:"

In a warm comfy bed with a fluffy pillow. Your defense was fine, you were just unlucky.
On the couch in the living room. A clear error but I've seen worse. Like camping out with a flush toilet and a refrigerator.
In the unheated garage on a concrete floor, but you can have a blanket. Your mistake was bad and due to laziness. You assumed all bridge hands look alike.
In the driveway. Sorry about the wind chill feeling like minus FOUR degrees. You had a 100% play to beat the contract whenever it could be beat but you were not paying attention.
Other. Annie welcomes your creative suggestions.

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