Well, our club is very young, so we haven't made any concrete rules yet :lol: The occasion to start such a club was the same complaint of Monica and me that the pinkies don't reach even the last joint of the ring fingers. The short pinky makes one very difficult to press not only a large chord but also those chords where one or two notes are stuffed within a octave. Then you must leave out a note in such chords or to play them in arpeggios which is often not allowed in a fast passage. If you are eligible for this club, you have to encounter those cases very often (Am I making a rule now? :lol: ). Anyway I nearly gave up practicing the second Scherzo of Chopin, because the F-Aflat-F chords which come several times gives me always frustration... Leaving out the A flat doesn't sound good, and an arpeggio is impossible there.