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Andy Caranicas
Andy Caranicas
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Basic Information

Member Since
Aug. 31, 2011
Last Seen
7 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

I live in Minnesota and play when I can, with the demands of a full time job and family allowing.

United States of America

Bridge Information

Favorite Bridge Memory
Winning GNT B or being in the elevator with Bill Gates and not realizing it until my friend pointed him out
Bridge Accomplishments
GNT flight B Champion - 0-1500 Spingold Champion
Regular Bridge Partners
Richard Lawson, Eric Hendrickson, Paul Gutterman
Member of Bridge Club(s)
Favorite Tournaments
BBO Username
Greek A
ACBL Ranking
Silver Life Master
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Sean McNally's bidding problem: AT98xx Kx AK Axx
I pass. It's tempting to bid something, but where are your tricks coming from if you end up declaring any denomination?
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: QJ85 AJ92 A642 2
I agree it's difficult without some prior agreement. I would share what that agreement was if it existed.
Andy Caranicas's lead problem: A3 J74 K73 K8743
Some people voted before I put the agreement up.
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: Q42 KJ76 --- A97542
I'm just guessing that the double showed 4 hearts. South held 4 hearts and 5 diamonds.
Andy Caranicas's bidding problem: Q42 KJ76 --- A97542
I believe it shows 4 hearts.
A Request from Ms Manners
I've always been concerned that the BW community would think I'm a terrible player because I don't post the hands where everything worked out, which is most of them. I recognize many of the comments you refer to from my posts, but I personally don't take ...
ATB - Wrong contract
There was a typo in this comment.
Paulo Brum's bidding problem: 62 K7 AQ63 AKJ75
I start with 2 and depending on what happens, I can bid 2NT next to show as well. I don't like the immediate double with no support.
Restricted choice: real life example
If there are three security lines at the airport, chances are the one in the middle is not the least busy. Not really restricted choice but pretty useful if not completely obvious.
Andy Caranicas's lead problem: Q5 T53 A9632 QJ8
At the club my partner led a and apologized for not leading the which does one trick better. I also said I would lead a from his hand, but 80% led a which surprised me so I posted this. Perhaps at the other tables the opening ...

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