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Jean-Pierre Rocafort
Jean-Pierre Rocafort
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Member Since
May 23, 2012
Last Seen
2 hours ago
Member Type
Bridge Player
about me

French bridge player, coach and writer (newspapers, web-site, books); living in Toulouse, working in Meteo-France company, native from Catalonia, born in 1952.


Bridge Information

Bridge Accomplishments
1996 French Teams 2nd; 2001 French Pairs Champion; 2014 French Senior Teams Champion; 2014 French Cup winner
Regular Bridge Partners
michel claret, jean-marie py, catherine barthe
Member of Bridge Club(s)
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Open Call for Hand Creators
What do you want? Only hand diagrams? bidding sequences? Commentaries? Trick to trick play? The deals are to be played via the app by 1 player? 4 players?
Defense to 3!H Showing Both Majors
What i simply devised when once confronted to this bid: double= pseudo-balanced 4-4 minors 3S, 4C = transfer 3NT = to play
you may try this one:
Bermuda Bowl inter alia (perfectly open thread, as far I'm concerned)
You can correct the primary Butler using encounterd opponents'global performance: you may try google-translation to read french texts but i don't warrant the result!
Would you let 7!H stand?
i would have voted for "other" and am primarily upset by west's attitude. What he did is called a double shot: if opponents stop short of 7, he keeps quiet, if they reach 7, he calls for an adjustment. Board was made unplayable by next table player's comment ...
Any books on Moscito?
Defense From the Bermuda Bowl
Incidentally, does anyone know why Madala didn't show in italia team until now?
Declarer played C2 twice (discard on 2nd round of diamonds, then club trick 5). If he really won 5 hearts, 3 spades and DA, he didn't concede 1 down.
Ethymology of "canapé" in Bridge?
chat. in "canapé" "a" and "n" don't belong to the same "syllabe". ca-na-pé
Ethymology of "canapé" in Bridge?
the french equivalent for canopy is not "canapé" but "canopée", the upper part of a forest
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