I'm in favor of light opening bids but sometimes they go sour in unexpected ways. A bit unusual, this was the theme twice in the same set vs Stewart-Woolsey in the Spingold quarter-finals. First board of the 2nd set (we sat out the first), I opened 1H in first position white/red with:
This pinpointed the heart situation and propelled them to a cold 6D after a 2D overcall when our teammates went down in 3NT on a heart lead after having the auction to themselves, costing us 16 imps.
Later, my partner had also in first position (red/white):
We open hands like this routinely and have the system to prevent us from getting to high without reason. This time it caught Woolsey with:
He jump overcalled 2H (favourable) and when we got to 3NT this was easily defeated on a heart lead.
At the other table my hand could open 1NT and after 3NT and a high spade lead, it was imperative for West to find the heart shift. That wasn't a clear by any standards and the game came home for 12 imps away.
I'm sure the Granovetters would enjoy these boards... ;-)