This deal is from the last round of the Northern Bridge League.
With East/West about to play in two hearts, North made a protective take out double. South bid two spades and East-West were happy enough to defend that.
West didn't get off to the best of starts with a heart lead which was won by the jack. Declarer now played a club to the jack and East played the nine. This is a well known false card which gives declarer the option of playing East for 109 doubleton. Declarer now cashed the heart ace and played a trump ducking when East played the nine. East returned a heart and declarer now got the clubs wrong by playing the queen. He now played another spade from table to the queen, five and eight. East cashed the ten of clubs and played a diamond to the ace, another to the jack left the following end position.
East now played the diamond king to give the defence the rest of the tricks for an inglorious three off.