A defensive problem from the EBU Eastbourne Summer Meeting
You lead the six of diamonds to partner's ace who then cashes the queen of diamonds, declarer follows with the nine and jack.
Partner now switches to the ten of spades won by declarer's ace, plan the defence.
Scroll down for solution.
If you didn't drop the king of spades under the ace at trick three then declarer is home.
He will draw trumps in three rounds, cash three clubs and throw you in with the spade king to give a ruff and discard.
The full deal was
Thanks to Nicholas Greer for reporting this deal