The Squeeze-Trim-Endplay: Hand
From Adventures in Card Play, by Ottlik and Kelsey. This is perhaps my favorite bridge book of all time.
The contract is 6. This looks like a simple finesse for the J. But Righty opened 2, a weak two. So, the good news is that you know where the spade honors are. The bad news is that the J is not onside.
The opening lead is a small heart. Righty shows out. How would you play this hand? (If this seems too difficult, think "squeeze-trim-endplay".