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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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Brilliant bid by Polish youngster
partner has AK, K and K responder has only 11 tricks, so should stop in 5
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: A2 A A932 JT9865
excelent! thank you
Jump shifts in Polish Club
in due time i'll explore your proposals: mosso, relais, and others now i simply cant: wanna finish writing down the fundamentals of PC, but thanks to everyone for the suggestions!
Jump shifts in Polish Club
:) i had noticed that they change the meaning of bids from one version to the next one Thanks PS: probably i'll end up buying either the PDF or the book
Jump shifts in Polish Club
if i go to "" i find this: "The 2NT response shows 11-12 HCP with no 4-card major or (as a rule) 5-card minor", so, when i say "should be" i'm referring to that version (the most updated i know ...
Jump shifts in Polish Club
I agree and understand everything you just wrote My doubt is if there is some systemic error in saying that 2 is invitational while 2NT is GF, that's all One question, if you dont mind: why do you use your WJS a bit higher than usual, i mean ...
Jump shifts in Polish Club
Kerry: i went to investigate and in PCI pro i found the following sentence: "after 1♣ opening the treatment makes it possible to distinguish between 2♠ - invite and 2NT – forcing" but the 2NT answer to 1 is intended to be 11-12 H, non forcing, so both 2 and ...
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: A2 A A932 JT9865
i forgot to inform that the 2 opening means 11-14 with 6 clubs or 5 clubs and 4 of a major, NF, of course
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: A2 A A932 JT9865
"On the basis of your summary, the majority vote for 1♣ is difficult to understand: I see no justification for treating this hand as 15-17 with long clubs." agree 100% "I think that, given the quality of the club suit, I would prefer to treat it as four diamonds and ...
Rafael Sacramento's bidding problem: A2 A A932 JT9865 here the problem evolves around assuming a 4-5 or then treating the hand as a one suiter in clubs, i guess if the former, open 1 , else 2 - that's my opinion (i misclicked in the poll ...
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