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Old 27th Dec 2005, 07:26
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How come that Caledonian student always wins?
A combination of stunning, intelligent play and barefaced cheating seems to do it for him.



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Old 27th Dec 2005, 11:22
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Hurrumph. I am mindful of. A Shepherd & Crooks EWE : every where else . This is when other players have been every where else of note
However the elegant walk of an attractive French lady M.odel : reminds me of a Northern Stilletoe. Therefore now to -
Colliers Wood
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Old 27th Dec 2005, 12:36
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Rather nice, your Lordship. I think there can be only one answer to that.

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Old 27th Dec 2005, 13:45
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Double South Northern Line ... damn that must mean I miss a turn.

Jordan

PS - I don't always win ... just when I need to!
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Old 27th Dec 2005, 14:15
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A Sporkwhiffle Snap and Bounce to

Queen Anne's Gate
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Old 27th Dec 2005, 14:18
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I see the snap, but I don't quite understand the bounce. Could you explain that move a bit more deeply? Otherwise, I'll be at lost for a reply.

Sorry about that.
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Old 27th Dec 2005, 17:52
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That would be the deflection caused by alternating Ng% in the tangential range as proposed by Sporkwhiffle in his Doctoral Thesis dissertation before the MCRS and learned gentlemen and ladies from leading academic programs worldwide.

One trusts that has cleared up the matter, Mr G.

Onward to

Canary Wharf
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Old 27th Dec 2005, 18:13
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I see in my absence that play has been continuing in it's usual amateurish fashion.

Therefore a highly predictable and resolutely boring move to....

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Old 27th Dec 2005, 20:12
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Romeo Charlie you are impertinant

Amateurish never Sir.

Ones direction of play, a source of Venison via
Hyde Park Corner Ladies and Gentlemen. Tactically one of the finest MC moves : Wats on Holmes Deerstalker
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:13
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Mr Charlie. I resemble that calumnous accusation.

A Whiffle and Snaresbrook is called for here. Takes us smoothly on to:


Victoria
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:22
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Just to create utter confusion and to use a move which has not been seen, lo these many years, (mainly because of the carnage invaryingly resulting from its sheer audacity) ... straight backwards in a fast return to

Hyde Park Corner

Which means that Lord Grumpy now has to buy a round of drinks for all the players, Gouey gets TWO goes and I make a tactical retreat ...
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:40
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Gad, Madam!

What calumny is this?

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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:47
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Westminster



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Which by my calculation puts Jordan in creel.
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:50
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That move Mr Twotter was a Melbourne again. Two relevant syllables Mel & bourne: repeated move.
Liverpool Street
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 08:51
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Mr. Rusty ... you are accusing me of calumny, Sir? One is devastated. Wanders sadly away to meditate on the harshness of the world and the perversity of nature ...
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 09:09
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But, Madam...

Hyde Park?

One is lost for words...
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 09:17
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One apologises, Sir. It was never one's intention to deprive one's friend of his powers of speech and one is distressed to have caused such anguish and suffering. One has seen the error of one's ways and has decided to change one's move to ...

Knightsbridge

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Old 28th Dec 2005, 09:20
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I shall move to Highbury and Islington
Mr Gouabafla / Mr Jordan etc may now proceed, but a Hixton Armitage charge is not permitted.
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 10:11
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I will eschew the ol' Hixton Armitage in favour of a Rolling Stone reverse.

Upminster

Ms Diamond. Don't let Mr Twotter browbeat you. There was nothing wrong with your move. He is just trying to intimidate you with the hope of playing a winning move while you are otherwise distracted. Friendship is all very well, but round the Mornington Crescent table the icey detatchment of an assasin combined with the mental agility of Einstein is what is called for - and Mr Twotter has few equals in this domain.
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Old 28th Dec 2005, 10:18
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Indeed, Mr. Gouey, you are entirely correct. One was permitting one's affection for the oxidised one (whom one regards as a brother) to cloud one's judgement. A fatal mistake which shall not be repeated. One shall retire for a short while to marshal one's mental resources and plan one's attack ... which shall be entirely merciless in its ferocity.
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