Dealer N Love All.
This deal is from a Manchester League match.
East's two diamonds was a weak jump overcall, after which you reach a highly optimistic four heart contract.
West leads the seven of diamonds to the ten and ace. You play a heart to the king, with East playing the queen.
How do you continue?
You appear to have three trumps and a spade to lose and need the club finesse.
The only way to avoid three trump losers is to reduce your trumps to the same length as West's and then to endplay her.
Since you need the club finesse you take it now, then play a club to the ace.
Now a diamond to the king and a club on which East plays the ten which you ruff.
It looks as though East's distribution is 2164, so West's is 4423.
You need West to have the king and queen of spades. Play a spade and when West splits her honours duck.
West now plays another spade, you finesse the jack, cash the ace and trump the last spade.
You are now down to J87 of hearts, while West has A109, play a small heart and West has to give you a trick with the jack of hearts.
The full deal was
Thanks to John Currie for this deal