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Old 19th Dec 2005, 18:32
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Dollis Hill
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 18:40
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It would appear RC is still stuck in the loop...there is a lesson here,the various amendments ratified are there for a reason and not for ornament!

Applying a diagonal slide..

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Old 19th Dec 2005, 18:43
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while appeasing ones sentimental desires, I stumbled upon a notion to consume an evil though - this led me to believe that and possibly the next move may be made in a Southerly direction and terminating at a predetermined location slightly South of ones current position namely EAST PUTNEY
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 20:46
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Very naughty PP, looks like you did it on purpose to force us back into the Dollis Hill loop.
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 20:54
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Here we go again chaps

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Old 19th Dec 2005, 20:59
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I was going to say that the former sailor was mistaken in thinking that a hrizontal slide could free us from the Dollis Hill Loop, but seeing as he has recognised that we are back in one there is no point.

Therefore......

Dollis Hill
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 21:04
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I fear the only way out in the near future for us is for SRT to 'take one for the team' and place himself in nid in order to facilitate our withdrawal.

Well,thats my input to the escape commitee anyway...

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Old 19th Dec 2005, 21:20
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Hang on a mo!

Can an Isometric Trumpington-Harris Persuasion be employed here and thus take us to

Golders Green ?

EDIT:

No it can't.........

Dollis Hill it still is.
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 21:36
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I am going to play a rare progression, whose throw was named after him, GENTLEMEN the venerable.


Ike Khan Stanmore.
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Old 19th Dec 2005, 22:40
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Dollis Hell


*in excaggerated syllables* Oh! Look! I have mis prow-nounc-ed de move. Oh deary, me. I did not mean to do that. It means I have too exit the loop.

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Old 19th Dec 2005, 23:37
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Prime consideration

Whilst considering the next move, My thinking cap has expired and I submitted an application to the new concern, but the objection forced a three fold increase and I remonstrated but the powers of persuasion insisted that I recollect the ones subjected to a G force exceeding the tolerance found at KILBURN PARK
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 06:25
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Well done PP, your move has got us far enough from the loop.

Notting Hill Gate
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 07:14
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The Passmore-Whittington Obfuscation and subtle manipulation of the third retreating quadrant places Mr Matlow in spoon with a play of

Trent Bridge
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 07:28
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Hmmm,this could be very risky but...Im going to attempt a manouvre which was last attempted,albeit rather unsuccessfully,by a Brazillian earlier in the year.

I will wear a high vis vest for this gambit and thus..

Stockwell

If Menezes had kept his copy of Cribbit's up to date and inserted all the relevant amendments then im certain he would have made it to MC at some point.Unfortunately for him,he was ignorant to the Metropolitan enforcement gambit that was in play that day.
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 08:03
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Mr Matlow, that wasn't the brightest move you could make, but I think you've got away with it - but you are still in spoon.

As my old uncle Gerald would always say in these situations. "The Northern line for safety and the Circle line for risk takers".

Which, of course leaves me no option but to play:

Amersham
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 08:10
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Basic!!!!..

To instantly remove ones self from spoon...

Kings cross/St Pancras
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 08:43
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Mmmm...

Has one been a trifle innattentive to the state of play, Mr Matlow?

Covent Garden will place Mr Matlow squarely in knid.

Too easy....
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 08:59
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That was unpleasant Mr Twotter. I'd always taken you for a gentleman. Obviously, I was mistaken.

I will avoid the obvious temptation of the Dollis Hill loop and the Kalgoorie slam...

Great Portland Street
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 09:09
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One had no choice, Mr Matlow. One was trapped in a Lateral Sweepback and thus had to place your good self in knid to avoid being Thrupped oneself.

Marylebone should have one in a position to crabble one's gnaffers within three moves if one would care to take that course of action to escape knid.
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Old 20th Dec 2005, 09:27
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Is SRT's line velocity high enough to escape this little loopster???

Hainault

One remembers a similar situation recalled to me during cigars at my great uncles manor-apparently,during the dark winter of '34,a game of MC was called between two maestros of the game.In order to tire their respective opponents they initiated loop after loop using Montgomery's line velocity adjunct as a datum.

The game ended eventually due to the death of Albert Bragnotch (a participant) who died of malnutrition some 6 weeks into the game.

There is a lesson there methinks.
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