South bids, say 2 spades, then west bids 'double', then all others pass.
Does this mean that south is the declarer with the contract being 2 spades doubled?
Or does west win the contract with 2 spades doubled?
My intuition in reading so far suggests that south would still win the auction, but I have not explicitly read that this is the case.
Also, this is not intended to touch on any bidding conventions either, just simply how this affects who wins the auction. I do believe I understand the consequences in the game play or rather the scoring of a doubled bid, but I am simply uncertain who would have won the auction under these circumstances.