The Squeeze-Trim-Endplay: Hand
From actual play, December 17, 2008. Club 110 on Long Island. Reported by Robert Frick.
You opened 1S, LHO overcalls 2D, and you end up in 6S. Opening lead is the ace of diamonds, which helps.
In actual play, declarer ruffed the opening lead, crossed to the ace of clubs, led a trump to dummy, ruffed a club, and led another trump to dummy, both opponents following. He then cashed the ace of hearts, discovering a 4-0 break offside.
Now what? The position: