This deal is from the Swiss Pairs at the EBU's Venetian Congress.
John Holland as West played in three clubs.
On the king of spades lead South overtook to return a trump to stop spade ruffs in dummy. John played the spade jack, won by North who played another trump.
There seems to be little hope now, but John reports this deal as an example of never give up philosophy.
He ran all the trumps and, mysteriously, his seven of spades became a winner, so he cashed it. South was now down to four cards and had to keep three diamonds, so bared the heart king. John now cashed the diamond king and led a heart, won by South who had to give the last two tricks to dummy for a complete top to E-W.
Thanks to John Holland for reporting this deal