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Old 24th Jan 2006, 16:22
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Call the third umpire for adjudication

Walthamstaw
Thurlow's undershoot rules, misfire.

Interim. Farringdon
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 18:30
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Bakerloo Line offcast (invoking rule 153(2)(b))

Pimlico
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 18:43
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Interesting play here...Hmmm

This should sort the men out from the boys...

Tottenham Court road
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 18:56
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Cunning move, Mr Matlow, but not clever enough. One will counter with a Helgenberger Transverse Block

Earl's Court
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 19:16
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HaHA Herr Twotter...

Earls court holds no fears for this callsign!
I play MC for Plymouth command and Earls court is a venue the airy fairies and PFKs have often come unstuck...

Notting Hill
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 19:38
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Cunning moves eh!

This move is more cunning than an ostrich; who puts his mates head in the sand, paints a roundel target on its flank then scarpers.
Yes the former sailor should try to followSurrey Quays
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 20:13
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I trust his lordship is familiar with the '34 St Budeaux accord,compiled during the Plymouth pre war playoffs...

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Old 24th Jan 2006, 20:29
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Indeed Ex_Matelot

Tottenham Court Road is the preferred move, failing that a Chancery Lane. Lord Hare was a great one for the move. Without reading glasses he missread, took ample Bordeux and was kyboshed. Tottenham Court Road
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 20:43
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Jolly good! A fine play, your Lordship.


Queen Anne's Gate
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Old 24th Jan 2006, 22:57
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Thank you Mr Twotter

Had I used a Price Paddington Strawbridge Stump. A banjaxing would now have befallen the unworthy.
Well I digress and did not, on account of good play.

Meanwhile using BRO Nortons abominator, his MC version of the 3 litre motor bike.
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 01:21
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That's a tight corner - I am forced to use the reverse capacitance deception play - introduced by Markov in 1971 - assuming the ruling system still allows index flips on a high abrasion reflection pentameter - this will lead us to...
Alperton
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 02:14
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One has to admit that previous move by Monsieur Cokov almost cost me dearly in podumes,I digress though,little did he realise the ardball ruleset which is in force and 'I' as a 5th quadranter am bestowed sufficient authority by the grace of God,Trellis and the IMCC to utilise a very rarely used Levictus armageddon subjunctive gambit (last used by Oliver Cromwell in the civil war-cost old Charlie boy dearly)The Stoke Poges Wellington v Gruffmeister '04 adjunct also enables me to bifurcate,hence...

Clapham junction/T123

Pick the bones out of that one chaps!!!

As usual,this leaves Twotter in Knid and Gouabafla well and truly 'spooned'.

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Old 25th Jan 2006, 09:20
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Not sure if you intended it ex_matelot (and my compliments if you did), but a bifurcation invoked under the authority of the Wellington '04 adjunct which follows any deception play obviously puts the game in a state of bi-bifurcationary suspense until the NV is increased to 0.559n% and the Northern Line is conjuncted with the East London Line in terms of article 23(2)(e)(iv) of the 1956 'Faro' Restatement.

Hence Angel / White City.
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 10:38
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And so to...

Hendon/Tower Hamlets
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 12:38
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Oh, by playing the Police Training Adjunct we have a complication. Erm, Huntingdon it is then. I'm surprised at you ex_mat - you could have had an MC there!
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 12:48
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I know Panda but in a pureley altruistic sense, im postponing endgame gambits in order to give Twotter a chance as he never seems to get further than Dollis Hill!...Which, as it happens contains a disused tunnel used during WW11 as a 'map room' where Churchill himself spent many an hour...Twotter is the reincarnate it would seem!

Police training gambits???

Hendon it is then
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 13:33
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Churchill?

Harrumph!!


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Old 25th Jan 2006, 22:54
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Seems Lv came to a halt again after Twotters last move-and we were relegated to page 2 again!

TWOTTER!!!...KNOW YOUR LIMITS!!!....You Know full well that Aldgate puts all in knid when played within 3 moves of police training adjunct!

For one night only, I shall offer a reprieve and use the authority bestowed on oneself to issue a 'Twotter anti-aliasing,duel manifold Burkinstock/leicester reprieve' to all players,this should offer sufficient protection against any further Twotter-related shenannigans (love that word!).

Resultant...

We are all out of Knid,Twotter is in his usual state of creel and we are all compelled to pat him on the back as we pass...

Dollis Hill
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 23:20
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Stuff and Nonsence. Mr Twotter will disregard the little nuisance, which will pass.
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Old 25th Jan 2006, 23:32
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Mr Grumpy, It would appear one has been paying more attention to the intracasies of posting colourful sentences of differing sizes rather than the more important issues at stake here!

Throw away the new toy and re-read one Stovold's!

Dollis Hill...Just to teach our estranged peer a lesson!

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