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The “Standard BBO Italia” System by Mario Martinelli (11) Index

Posted on 29 February 2012

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Mario Martinelli is a Neapolitan excellent player and accredited bridge teacher. He is an expert about systems and he developed the system “Standard BBO Italia”. The last version of it (2012) can be browsed on Vincenzo delle Cave’s BBO Italia website. Mario is also the nephew of Eugenio Chiaradia, the creator of the Neapolitan Club, a system which our magazine is dedicated to. Neapolitan Club has published a summary of the system developed by Martinelli both in Italian and in English. In todays’ article we publish the index of published articles.

 

The “Standard BBO Italia” System

 

by Mario Martinelli

 

Index

 

Preface by Fulvio Fantoni  (open »)

 

The BBO Italia system in 13 bullet points  (open »)

 

The Sputnik double

First part (open »)

Second part (open »)

Third part (open »)

Fourth part (open »)

 

Jump shift responses

First part (open »)

Second part (open »)

Third part (open »)

Fourth part (open »)

 

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The “Standard BBO Italia” System by Mario Martinelli – English edition by Laura Cecilia Porro for Neapolitan Club.

February 29, 2012

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