West leads the ♣10. Hearts are 2–1, with West having the singleton. Plan the play.
The opening lead is the ♣10 (standard). You decide to duck the trick, East playing the ♣8. West continues with the ♣9 to the 7 and ace. You play the ♥A and a heart to the king, both following. You ruff a club in the closed hand, West discarding a diamond, and exit a diamond to West’s ace. He leads the ♠5. Now what?.