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Best beginner central/FSU European country?
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Best beginner central/FSU European country?
In terms of cost, English penetration, quality of women for a first time traveler?

I’m Brazilian Japanese hawaiian, 6ft well built average game and I’m looking for a place for quality personalities and ease And ” although I know race shouldn’t matter I’m looking for a place where I can stand out in a good way. I’ve narrowed it to
Poland
Romania
Moldova
Maybe Ukraine although I’ve heard they are racist

Where should I go and how long should a stay be minimum? Are there any good ways to pipeline like a dating site besides tinder
03-13-2019 12:21 AM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
(03-13-2019 12:21 AM)Tyrantkid Wrote:  In terms of cost, English penetration, quality of women for a first time traveler?

I’m Brazilian Japanese hawaiian, 6ft well built average game and I’m looking for a place for quality personalities and ease And ” although I know race shouldn’t matter I’m looking for a place where I can stand out in a good way. I’ve narrowed it to
Poland
Romania
Moldova
Maybe Ukraine although I’ve heard they are racist

Where should I go and how long should a stay be minimum? Are there any good ways to pipeline like a dating site besides tinder

Wow, that's a pretty interesting mix! I assume you are a Japanese-Brazilian living in Hawaii, or a Japanese descent of both Brazilian and Hawaiian background?

It really depends on what your preferred type is. If you like the typical Russian/East Slavic look, go to Ukraine. For brunettes go to Romania and Moldova. For blondes, go to Poland. By English language ability, my guess would be:

Romania > Poland > Moldova > Ukraine.

If you have the money and/or time, I recommend you first briefly visit them all then make a decision to pick a place to dive deeper in. If constrained by money or time, then pick based on the looks or English levels.

It is 2019, there's no major city on the European continent that is "easy" anymore. And you simply can't run game in small cities or towns for numerous reasons. Everybody has a smartphone. Even all of the European countries off the beaten path for the tourist hordes are in heavy contact with Western Europe via migrant labor in the lower classes, and education and travel with the middle and upper classes.

Do note that Russian is probably required to game effectively in Ukraine, and probably Moldova too.
03-13-2019 12:54 AM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
Great info
thank you. Does Moldova have that low of a English penetration?
What cities do you recommend ?
03-13-2019 02:49 AM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
Go to Poland, young people can speak English and it's part of the EU.
03-13-2019 05:43 AM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
Poland, no doubt about it.

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03-13-2019 11:25 AM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
Any tips on pipelining or is it better to just cold approach?
Night or day game better
03-13-2019 02:45 PM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
I would say Poland or Hungary. Poland is freaking huge and there is so much to see there. English levels are really good there as well.

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03-13-2019 07:03 PM
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RE: Best beginner central/FSU European country?
definitely Poland! It's affordable and yet there is so much to see
03-18-2019 12:14 PM
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Thanks guys I'm sold on Poland. How do I game with the women there are they open to snls
03-21-2019 05:11 AM
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