This deal is from the Manchester Congress Pairs earlier this month.
Many pairs played in six spades on a club lead, but because of the bad breaks in the majors it cannot be made legitimately.
Michael Byrne was one of two declarers to succeed. Playing from the North hand he ruffed the club lead, cashed a top spade, then the ace of hearts. When the king appeared from East he crossed to the ace of diamonds and played a second heart from hand. This induced East to ruff and he was able to draw the second round of trumps and ruff out the heart suit to make his contract.