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Old 17th Nov 2005, 18:17
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Oh dear dear dear chaps....

A quick glance at Cribbit's notation and immeidiately a Fosselthwaite renegade quangle catches my eye.Reversing afore said quangle and utilising all diagonals available I am therefore present on the 1918 arrival at..

Mornington crescent

Farquhar Jeppesson Penge wrote several thousand pages of tactical commentary on the above quangle and his rulings demand huge respect from all MC governing bodies worldwide.

This move is even allowed using the very controversial Enoch Powell amendment during weekdays (pm)
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 20:27
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Well played, sir. Very well played. Allow me to kick this round off in the same way as the very first round here. Euston Square departure.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:02
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Mornington Crescent

You forgot Dilberts Third November Thursday Trump.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:08
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Dilbert was exposed as a fake and a fraudster during the '47 Aldershot rally.Surely you are not seriously attempting to add credibility to his ramblings??
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:23
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While you struggle to recall which Dilbert. I refer to HR of Tadcaster. He that was once a lodger with the famed Mrs Trellis.
Kensal Rise.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:26
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Ah..mrs Trellis, a short phonecall should resolve this matter henceforth/forthwith.

Tim-Brooke-Taylor's number has long since been lost but im sure a definitive answer can be provided from this stalwart of MC that Mrs Trellis most surely is.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:29
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Thank you Ex Matelot. Shall we proceed?
I rather fancy seeing the famed Wilkinson Kickback move.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:33
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And so you shall. In conjunction with the Sachsenhausen Imperative, I give you

Trent Bridge
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:35
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I shall therfore proceed with a 1926 Plmstock variation of said move utilising Hoggins' agnostic reflex and multi-lateral heggenthorpe possibilities..

T4

Rather exquisite I do admit but thought the situation warranted it
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:36
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As a gatekeeper of the game, I suggest a short suspension of play at the second MC of the day (1985 & 1998 Winner Conventions), to allow all contesters to relax and recouperate for the next games.

Which shall commence on 1st December 2005.

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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:40
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Over-ruled Mr Jordan..Mrs trellis has just been on the blower to me and confirmed my suspicions that Capt Notarious is in alliance with her former lodger (who robbed her of her ornamental ducks and crosstitch aerial view of Saddams toothbrush).

She is watching further proceedings with great interest and it would not surprise me if she were to unleash a few tactics herself, unseen in the past decade.

We all stand to learn a lot from this.
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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:41
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Overruled once more under the procedures set forth under the original rules as mentioned in my prior posting.

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Old 17th Nov 2005, 21:51
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This now obviously requires impartial advice from an outsider as both our sources are of similar ranking.

An unbiased view from a mod would be appreciated as previous disruptions of this sort have inevitably led to stock market crashes and world war 2 as it happens..A certain Mr H became disgruntled at Churchills utilisation of a rather abrupt chekov strategem placing 'H' in spoon and his only escape was by invading poland.

Do you realise the potential damge you could cause???
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 05:39
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Having perused Appleby's Extensions and Appellations to the Laws of Regulatory Application, one can only agree with Ex Matlow on the point of using the Palmstock Variation. Clause 27 specifically allows the insertion of a Schinkenbaum Parallel Vortex Transfer, therefore

T4 is perfectly correct as a choice with which to begin a new game.
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 06:20
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Thumbs up

From whence we shall proceed. Its a difficult choice given that T4 was only opened subsequent to the Darlington convention, but that meeting did authorise the use of isographic determination in cases where Blenkinsop's conundrum applied. So, Hainault it is!
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 06:29
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A cunning move, Mr Sheep. Well played!

Playing the Van Holt Opening requires a siderial shift in terms, thus

Thurlow
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:26
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SRT, sorry but I'm going to double you.

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:34
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Silly move there Mr.Twotter...
For heaven's sake man, what were you thinking?! I know it's early in the morning but you are positioning yourself for disaster (watch the sequence played so far and you'll certainly see what I mean).

Mr. Gouabafla, it was predictable that blocking move, but in any case, a good move.

Therefore I'm forced to invoke the Atkinson's Rules Friday Mirror Option (page 24, paragraph 56), which allows a player to shift transversely to an equal weight station as long as the speed remains the same for the following player's strike.

So, Mile End it is.
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:36
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Mr Gouabafla, an imprecise move, to say the least. You appear to have placed yourself in spoon. To shut off any avenues of escape

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:42
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Rusty my friend. What time of day is it where you are? Where I'm playing it is still before ten in the morning on a Friday. This means I'm completely free to invoke 'Chariots' so, again, I say to you.

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