This deal from the Swiss Teams at Llangollen was bid by Peter Foster (West) and John Roberts (East).
After the game forcing two diamonds response, three hearts set the suit, followed by a couple of cue bids and key card Blackwood. Five spades was a grand slam try, accepted by East. The ten of hearts was led and prospects looked bleak with only twelve top tricks.
John drew trumps and cashed two top diamonds. Disappointed that the queen and jack were not doubleton he came back to hand with the ace of clubs and ran the trumps.
The five card ending was as below.
When John played the penultimate trump South erred by discarding the club ten, this set up a double squeeze. John discarded the club eight from dummy and North threw the queen of clubs. Now the last heart squeezes South out of a spade and when dummy discards the club jack North is squeezed between clubs and spades. At the other table Peter Jones led a club against seven hearts and defended accurately from there on to beat the contract and score 20 IMPs.
Thanks to Adam Wiseberg for sending in this deal.