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Rafael Sacramento
Rafael Sacramento
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Member Since
April 2, 2017
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i consider myself an advancing player: stronger then intermediates but still far away from expertise


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Is this Exclusion Blackwood?
Most of you say that if i wanted to bid an EBW i'd have to give the fit first, but Kantar, in his book called 'Roman Key Card Blackwood The final word' suggests that the ask is for the last suit that was bid, in this case diamonds..
In the Well: Jacek Kalita
Hi again, Jacek In first place thanks for your answers You just said, and i quote: "To me polish club has too many weaknesses" Could you please name some of them?
In the Well: Jacek Kalita
Hi JaceK: what would be your advice for an improving player? And would you suggest any books worth reading?
Nadav Trumer's bidding problem: KQ QJ5 KQT3 KQ98
as an apart, from my (limited) experience what i realize is that most of the players are eager to upgrade but rarely downgrade..
Nadav Trumer's bidding problem: KQ QJ5 KQT3 KQ98
if i defend i guess i'll get endplayed everytime i win a trick 1NT sounds normal and if clubs are interchanged with hearts i'd double
Muiderberg development doubt
Paul: no one is challenging you; i just added a bit of info, that's all
Muiderberg development doubt
The polish play either hearts and any other or spades and a minor, all 6-10 HCP
A case for using Gladiator
I hear you saying that one of the advantages is the hand being played by advancer; in my opinion that's a disadvantage because overcaller will be traversed by the opening lead
A case for using Gladiator
Bid Better, Much Better, After 1 No-Trump Opening book is out of stock
Muiderberg development doubt
if i can have a look at the developments maybe i'll understand the reason why 2NT should be GF...
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