The Squeeze-Trim-Endplay: Hand
This hand was constructed by Jim Patrick.
The contract is 6. To help place the cards, Righty has bid clubs and at some point doubled for a heart lead. Ignoring this advice, Lefty leads the 9.
You have eleven tricks off the top. The squeeze possibilities are substantially reduced because the club threat is in front of the hand with the clubs. There are several possibilities in hearts. With unlimited entries to hand (say if trump were 3-3), you could play the hearts to make against any distribution but Lefty having all Q1096(x) of hearts. But trumps break 5-1. Also, it seems plausible that Lefty might have all 5 hearts.