West leads the ♣Q. After a keycard sequence, you wind up in what looks like a comfortable 6♠ contract, but looks can be deceiving. You win the ♣A and play the ♠A and ♠K, but low and behold, East discards a club on the second spade. Plan the play.
Control rich, you decide to treat the hand as a 2♣ opener and wind up in 7♥ after you rebid 2NT, partner shows a heart-club two-suiter, you key card, and find out partner has an ace along with the queens of both hearts and clubs in response to the queen-ask. (Get the latest key card book!) West leads the ♠K. Plan the play and be specific.