West bids 1, after which North-South reach 3NT at both tables.
After the T holds, there are eleven tricks: unblock the K, cross to the A, cash the A, run the Clubs and concede the last two. On this line there are no squeeze chances as South has no entries after the run of the Clubs. What if you simply run Clubs before playing Hearts? The Hearts are blocked, sure; but West must come under unbearable pressure and something must give. OK, let's try it. And so it proved: the six-card ending was as follows [with East immaterial]:-
On the last Club South discards the T and West has a choice of three damaging discards.
In the other room the routine eleven tricks were taken, so the squeeze gained one IMP. A poor return compared with the return if we had been playing pairs? Yes; except that the match finished level! That was the good news - but we lost on the extra boards - to the eventual winners, in the Silver Plate [an EBU National knockout event].