Try bidding out East-West hands. Can you now find the small slam in clubs?
The solution that our team-mate found at the table was to realize that he could make on 3-3 diamonds and that a squeeze position existed if the defender with the king of spades also had 4 diamonds. So, he combined the two chances and took the losing diamond finesse, thus rectifying the count. Then, he played clubs from hand until he reached this end position:
Unfortunately, we ran into a team of former partners and team-mates on the last round. It was "Norman A" vs. "Norman B". After 7 boards, the match was tied. Since we were leading going in, a tie would have won us the tournament. But ... on the hand that matters, we were both in 3NT. It came down to a guess of hearts. I was declarer; I guessed wrong; the opponents guessed right. And that was the match. So, 8 gold points instead of 11 on a stupid guess. My mishap, although I don't think I would guess any differently the second time. It just so happened that the same defender had both missing aces this time ...
Still, if you'd told me that my first-time partnership and our team (the sum of whose points is under 600) would land up second in the Swiss, I'd have been thrilled. And so, I am!