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Gabriel Antonio Tejeira Arias was born in Panama City, Republic of Panama on May 28, 1966. He has been practicing this pastime regularly since 1991 at a private club located in Panama City. Five years ago he conceived of the idea of writing a unique book about Latin Partnership Dominoes that would explain all moves of this pastime from a logical point of view.
book is pretty horrible honestly. the rules are explained well enough but it all goes downhill after that. he will say "2-5 is a bad move. we recommend the 2-4" but never explains why 2-5 is bad or why 2-4 is good. he tries to substitute explanations with examples but it just doesn't work. buy the book and see if you can understand what "biting the double" means... you won't because he does an awful job explaining it. what's worse is the way the book is organized. there is absolutely no straightforward guidance or tips in this book. it's just plain frustrating and i wouldn't recommend this book to anyone and i'm sorry i bought it.
if you want a good book on the same subject get "how to play better dominoes" by miguel lugo. simple, straightforward guidance and it's easy to read. but the strategy he lays out should really be followed by any player. i'm sure even advanced players can learn a trick or 2 from the book as well.
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