This deal is from a duplicate at Salford Bridge Club.
South plays in four hearts and West leads the obvious king of clubs.
At the table South won and tried to draw trumps from the top, but the bad break defeated him.
Can you find a double dummy line to make this contract?
Taking the heart finesse at trick two doesn't help, as the defence can force you with clubs every time they get in.
The solution is to force out the spade and diamond aces while leaving the heart in dummy to deal with the fourth round of clubs.
The end position is below with South on lead having made five tricks.
South leads a spade or diamond and when East trumps, if he plays another club South can discard, ruff in dummy and then with the lead in dummy will make the rest of the trumps. If East plays a heart South just draws trumps.