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Your pair sits on NS line.

This is view of N player. View of S is on page 2.

North
AK1075
9
Q85
Q985
East
QJ3
J10642
AK1042
W
N
E
S
1
2
2
6
P
P
P

You can check by yourself or with your partner how will you drop after the following beginning:

A392

5JKA

And then W cashes his high hearts. His first drops from dummy are 2 diamonds, 1 club and J.

This is view of player S.

East
QJ3
J10642
AK1042
South
9864
54
K73
J763
W
N
E
S
1
2
2
6
P
P
P

Partner led A, for which you gave 9. This can be interpreted either as even number of spades or suit preference for diamonds. 3 from dummy and 2 from declarer (W).

Then pd played 5. Jack, your King and declarer's Ace followed.

From trick 3 declarer plays his high hearts. His first drops from dummy are 2 diamonds, 1 club and J. What cards are you going to drop in subsequent tricks?

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