Bridge by Frank Stewart
He was West, and when East opened four diamonds, South overcalled four spades. Louie looked at what seemed to be three trump tricks and doubled.
After two passes, South redoubled. His hand wasn't worth it, but he knew that Louie seldom beats any contract he doubles.
Louie led the king of diamonds, and when South followed, Louie relaxed, anticipating down one and a 400-point profit. But South ruffed the next diamond and cashed the ace of trumps. He next took the ace of hearts, observing the fall of East's jack, and then let the ten ride. When East showed out, South cashed the A-K of clubs, led a third heart to dummy's eight, and threw his last club on the king of hearts.
Making four redoubled, 1,080 points to North-South. After that, things went sour for Louie, and he finished the session in the red.
I doubt that I would have doubled four spades as Louie did. He had no assurance of winning any more than three trump tricks. Moreover, his double helped South judge the play.