As South, I opened 4H on this hand and played there (we open rather light, so partner's pass limited his hand to 9 points):
Another board was also hand evaluation gone awry:
Partner opens 1C (Precision: 16+ points) and East comes in with 1D. Now, I have to decide what my hand is worth. I have 9 high-card points if I count the Jack of spades. I decided to double, showing 5-8 points and a balanced hand. Partner bids 1H which, in our Canape-style bidding, could be just 4. Do I stick with my original hand-evaluation or has the hand gotten better? There is a strong case for bidding 4H now, but I went the low road, bidding 2H which partner passed. As you can see, we can make game when either the club or the heart finesse are on. So, this was a game that ought to have been bid, even at match-points. The opponents, playing 2/1, opened 1NT, did Stayman and landed up in 4H, making.