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In that previous Bite, in the absence of a Double, Declarer played for 3-2 trumps, and as that turned out to be the case, 10 tricks could be made by winning the Spade lead, and ducking a round of trumps at Trick 2. Declarer could win the return, draw just one more round of trumps and, leaving one trump at large, could cash winners and merrily cross-ruff his way to 10 tricks.
But in this Bite, we have that Double. No guarantees, but that makes it likely that East has four trumps. So, making that assumption, how will you play the hand?