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Old 16th Nov 2005, 14:19
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Oh please! You're soooo cheap! Waterloo International and from there take your pick - Belgium's still out of bounds, though, due to the lit motorways.
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 14:31
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ah... not so fast Mister. If I can't get there first then I'll have to make sure that you can't either, thus my next move: Brixton. I'm sorry for being blunt but ... c'est la vie?!

Carry on lads.

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Old 16th Nov 2005, 15:59
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This next move of mine is a premeditated ,surgically accurate targetting of Solid rust Twotter whom I wish to place in 'nid'.

Fully utilising Turners leftfield protocol where all laterals are binary I take the game to..

Dollis Hill

SWT is now in 'nid' and caught up in the Dollis Hill loop and cannot break free until line velocity increases above 2.ng/v%




Edit> Golf claps optional on playing this move but will be recieved gratefully.
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:04
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Blast!

Just as one was lining up a Thornton-Schwarzwalder Reverse Triple Feint.

These are the burdens we must bear...

Piccadilly Circus
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:09
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You are such an amateur, Rusty!

Playing Picadilly Circus when in nid has now left you in the Heathrow Loop

Makes it easy for me, though. Tower Hill
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:13
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In order to finalise this gratutitous attack on SWT and teach him a valuable lesson in MC protocol also, I hereby suggest..

Bank

I can hear his screams from here!
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:15
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But of course it was only the first move in the classic nid breakout sequence drawn up by Delaney and Scrubbs at the Odiham Conference of 1912.

Here is the third and final breakout move, considering that the second was so conveniently provided by yourself, Biggles.

Hatton Cross
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:18
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As a gesture of goodwill towards SWT I shall set up a move to place Biggles in 'spoon'.

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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:21
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Picadilly Circus!

Gotcha!
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:23
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Easy now, Ex Matlow. Spooning within three moves of a nid breakout can leave the player open to an attack by those bent on pantaloons. To guard the exposed side, one will nominate...

Epping

Edited to add that we're too late.

Biggles has pantalooned.....
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:29
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Fear not Mr Biggles, I deem it fit to unleash a Czukay Manipulation !!!

This is a very complicated move pioneered by the great but enigmatic Czukay. At the 1965 World Championship he unveiled his masterpiece, the Czukay Manipulation. The details are too involved to go into here. Basically, all sorts of things are done to a chosen and specified line, including recolouring, reflecting, changing all sorts of coefficients, but in such a way that the line emerges from the move unchanged. The result is a move to an otherwise unreachable station.

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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:31
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Hmm...SRT got there first , so I have no alternative; Must do a Hammersmith jink and hit Royal Victoria.
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:37
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And using Biggles' own signature move as prescribed by the Balham Convention, pantaloon can be broken with...


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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:46
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I have many reservations about 'pantalooning'.

shall have to peruse ones 'Cribbits' notation on the matter.

Euston
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 16:52
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Ealing Broadway will, for sure, scupper those plans of yours Mr (was a) matelot.

Toot-toot!
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 17:03
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Blast!!!

Luckily from my matelot days I can still remember 'zippo charlie'.

Using an ASUW manouvre I shall conduct a 'step aside' and make good course to..

Kings cross

Any objections to me posting a link to some basic MC tactics.I feel a few on here are in need of... 'fine tuning'.
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 17:06
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Just one question, sir. What day is it tomorrow? Please take a look in your copy of Baimbridge's rules and reconsider (page 32, para 7.)

Please do post your link btw. Only if they have the "odd numbered Thursday" rule, though.
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 17:14
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Unfortunately, my copy of Banbridges was lost during a heated discussion on the use of the 'ponsonby gambit' during the hours of daylight in any country not previously conquered by the British.

To avoid a potential faux-pas I propose..

Brixton

Also..this link will self destruct in one hour so be quick!!

http://www.dunx.org/white-rose/mc_em.html
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 17:22
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Well played, Sir!

A token exposure of the quarter while displaying misleading line velocities in the third quadrant being the classic opening play for a Wandsworth Cross Snatch. Countered with great difficulty by...

East Finchley
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Old 16th Nov 2005, 18:04
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Sorry, Mr. Twotter, all I caught of that were the words "exposure" and "Snatch" - oo-er! My grandad always said he had selective hearing, now I know what he meant.

Green Park should avoid further undue embarrasment...
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