Here's one from a few days ago. Playing with an intermediate partner against intermediate players, we got this game:
The auction went:
1♠ - 2♣ - 2♥ - 3♣
3♥ - pass - pass - pass
You may disagree with the 2♥ bid, it's non-forcing and I thought the hand would play better in ♥ than in ♠. Partner somehow got scared and only bid 3♥ with this beauty. I didn't have much to say with my garbage...
Anyway, we ended up in 3♥ played by South, instead of 4♥ or 4♠. We had to play this contract, so lets make the best out of it. LHO started with ♠7, proving his poor skills.
It's typical in MP to go for the best score. Chances are low that we'll get a good score here since we're in the wrong contract (the field will probably bid 4♥) so the only possibility to score some big ones is when ♥K is offside and 4♥ can be defeated. That's why I started with ♥A, luckily dropping the K! A moment of joy, but the play is not over yet.
We have 12 top tricks now, so there might be a squeeze or fake squeeze in there. A real squeeze is quite hard with ♣8 and ♦J as menaces. Nevertheless, the best chance to fool the opponents was to go for a ruffing squeeze. Cashing all but 1 ♥, followed by 5 ♠s is probably the best shot. This is the end position:
Nobody discarded a high ♦, but they kept on discarding ♣. Ruffing the small ♣ and using ♦A as an entry got me to 13 tricks.
Obviously the opponents made critical errors, but the point of cashing ♥A is still valid after a ♣ lead. The ruffing squeeze didn't have much chance of success, but in function of the opponents you can always give them a chance to make mistakes. All RHO had to do is count the trumps and the ♣s, so she'd know that discarding a ♣ would be fatal.