The Squeeze-Trim-Endplay: Hand
This hand was reported by Don Kersey, in a 1990 article in Bridge World analyzing this type of play, which he called a one-threat squeeze.
The contract was 6NT. West opened first seat with a bid of 3 The opening lead was the J.
As you can see, there are 11 tricks off the top, and just a 4-1 heart break will give you your twelfth. So you might as well plan for the 5-0 heart break, because it's coming.