The Squeeze-Trim-Endplay: Hand
This hand was played by John Crawford. Terence Reese was East (Righty). It was first reported by Richard Frey and re-reported by Don Kersey, in his 1990 article in Bridge World analyzing this type of play, which he called a one-threat squeeze.
The contract was 6. Reese, on your right, had overcalled dummy's 1 opening with 1. Crawford bid 4 and dummy raised to 6. The opening lead was the 2.
The contract is a simple endplay, except that Reese shows out on the first spade. One simple play for the contract is to take the double club finesse. However, Reese's overcall made it plausible that both the K and Q were offside. (I do not know how many points Reese showed with his overcall.)
So how would you play the hand?