I was in the Vugraph room for a fair bit of this watching Robson-Allfrey against Gillis-Svendsen. This was the match with the sad 7c-1 which makes on a failure of restricted choice (but was a flat board in this match at least).
But some of the other boards were also interesting though in a less flashy way.
Board 23: A disciplined stop by Robson-Allfrey in 3 spades. 4 does make but you need to drop a stiff king of hearts. Their system allowed Allfrey as south to show his 4441 hand. In the event it made an overtrick on the JH lead.
4 spades at the other table down 2. (Most pairs in 4 spades went off.)
The Vugraph commentators (Ian Payn and Peter Clinch) suggested that the best lead if you know the 4441 shape is a trump. Do you agree?
Board 26: A cruel hand for the PAB (Point a Board) part of the scoring here. Robson-Allfrey reached the best spot of 4 hearts making plus one for 650.
Meanwhile the other table got to 3NT which made one more trick than it might have. The resulting 660 won Gillis 2VPs – yes 10 points counts as a win!
Board 27: Another board where the PAB component really mattered. The auction went:
(1s)-P-(P)-2d (X)-2s*-(P)-3d (P)-3s**-(P)-3nt (X)-4d-(P)-P (P) * Good raise ** Asking for spade stop
A good defence saw the Gillis pair take this two off. But it was not quite enough to beat the 140 for 3h making by EW at the other table.
PAB money back for the Allfrey team.