A defensive problem from a Lancashire online league match.
You lead the diamond queen covered by the king, partner wins the ace, declarer plays the three. Partner returns the nine of diamonds, five, seven and eight. Partner now plays the four of diamonds, ten from declarer and you win with the jack, dummy discarding the two of spades.
John Holland plonked down (clicked on) the king of spades. This struck gold when declarer had a singleton queen of spades. Declarer won the spade ace and played a heart which John won and played a spade to partner's seven. The defence came to three diamonds, three spades and a heart for one off.
The full deal was
In the other room North played in three notrump after the auction below. East chose to lead a heart and Jeff Smith quickly wrapped up nine tricks for a 12 imp gain, making three more tricks in notrumps than in the other room.