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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:52
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Chariots may only be invoked on odd numbered days so unless you're on the other side of the IDL, one's play stands.

One will, however, modify it somewhat by including a lead to the de Venturi Assembly of 1997. You may wish to study the third volume of the Sidwell Contract, specifically the chapter pertaining to Temperature Related Release Clauses.
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 08:58
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Chariots may only be invoked on odd numbered days
you've left out the significant words or months. Chariots can, of course, be invoked on any day in November.

However, in the spirit of the game and wanting to open things up a little, let me lob a gentle ball across the net.

Leicester Square
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 14:48
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Westminster follow that lead!
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 15:07
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Not sure that Westminster will follow anything at the moment, not unless the Government starts listening. Whoops - wrong thread.

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 16:26
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Any guesses as to which tactic im employing in this little pearler????

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 16:33
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I reckon its the 1977 Friday evening commute gambit. Effective and in the current context, rather poetic. Very nice.

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 17:00
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Will do an half transverse Shnappi manouver, something I've learned from extensive study of my granddad's notes, and hop to Swiss Cottage , thank you very much.

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 17:08
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GD&L..A truly impressive move!

I shall trump it though with a Periwinkle gambit (article iii Harvard accord) and take play to..

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 17:34
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GD&L, truly impressive! Masterful use of the Webster-Mollusc Feint Advance. One applauds one! It is fitting that the next move should be

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 18:53
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Gentlemen,

I require clarification on a rather discreet matter...

I was perusing my Hobson's digest ad morningtonia (leather bound) and noticed that he failed to clarify the legalities of playing a 'Halibut backpass with quadrantal strile' during the month of November and adhering to the Ardball ruleset.

The 1907 convention of Didsbury briefly hold record in minutes of aforesaid meeting but Im as yet unable to assertain definitive policy on this matter.

To play it (very) safe..

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 19:48
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I am very disappointed that the suspension in play was overruled and so badly disagreed with.

Binning the last move, under the SaxonWalderbergTriumpate Convetion, I take it to: Brent Cross instead.

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 20:54
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Mr Jordan,does one detect a mere sniff of sour grapes here??

My alleigance to the fifth quadranters ensures me of required backup (when required) on all matters pertaining to the correct form and conduct of a game of such noble origins.

A suspension of play was correctly overuled based on the fact that the Ardball ruleset allows no such occurance.

Suspentions of play,if memory serves me correctly, are only authorised and condoned by the renegade McPherson afficiates who hold no recognised status in any respectable MC community.

Holding slightly short of calling for a duel at dawn I make short shrift of your gestures and propose..

Hampton court
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Old 18th Nov 2005, 22:49
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One's very pleased by the extreme quality of the players still battling to get home triumphal. It does bring the best (or worst) into the Game, like ancient times. My sincere applause.

Enough with the gallantries, let's get things buzzing: COCKFOSTERS my next logical move. I could explain the tactics used, but I'll keep them in the shadow for a while (we can't explain everything to know... too many eyes watching as the Game is pushed to the next level).

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Old 18th Nov 2005, 23:54
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Cockfosters has been performed recently ... hmmm ...

Tactically, I move Embankment.

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Old 19th Nov 2005, 11:22
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GD&L..splendid use of the Thomsonby parabolic back-strile there (golf claps)!

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Old 19th Nov 2005, 12:41
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Fuelled by Lady G's most excellent leek and potatoe soup, I offer you
Bounds Green

This move will prove the players and squash the pretenders.


Whose Saturday post meridian rule applies?
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Old 19th Nov 2005, 12:51
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The Buckthwaite-Hamble-Crippenden Sedition of the Fantasium Compendium, of course.

A smooth transition into...

Ealing Broadway
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Old 19th Nov 2005, 13:14
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Simple but effective nonetheless...

Brent cross
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Old 19th Nov 2005, 13:49
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How cheap.
Oxford Circus
That would give you the chance to play a Turnham Green which as you may know was a favourite busking spot, for the violinist Hertz Van Rental.

Oxford Circus
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Old 19th Nov 2005, 17:23
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You offer the cheap move, I'll take it.

Turnham Green.

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