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If the declarer succeeds in making at least the number of tricks he stood for he wins whatever stakes are played for; if not he loses.
The author introduces an element of verisimilitude into the play by allowing declarer to make the contract in spite of herself.
This gave declarer a fairly precise count on the hand.