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Old 7th Feb 2006, 22:18
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Heres a lesson for you all....

Kentish town

Pick the bones outta that one Twotter
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Old 7th Feb 2006, 22:21
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Well Mr Twotter may have problems with it, but I don't...

Kensal Rise
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Old 7th Feb 2006, 22:36
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Ah Mr Charlie, you have obviously overlooked the Epstein-barr protocol that is currently in force, I shall allow you to reconsider and make a more..appropiate move (in the interests of fair play of course)

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Old 7th Feb 2006, 23:14
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Really? Are you sure?

I wa under the impression that the Epstein-Barr (1953) Protocol only applied to diagonal moves that bypassed knid.

However, I bow to your superior knowledge and resubmit

Primrose Hill
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 05:29
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Using the Whittington-Bow Corollary, a forced Double Ecky Thump to

Putney
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 05:42
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A double ecky-thump?!!!!

Im impressed Herr Twotter,as a northerner by birth I feel fully able to counter that with a Flatcaps-clogs 'n whippets classic 'By 'eck' manouvre...

Blackpool

Lets spice this up a bit-anybody care to take play to........India?
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 10:20
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please help clarify for a newbie

1. Are the tube map routes the only allowed moves?
or are bus routes allowed also? what other routes or timetables are allowed?
2. When does the platform number, or compass point of direction, come into play?
3. Do ticket zones and/or fare distances have any limitation on the length of the manoeuvre?

-thanks for fuelling my curiosity
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 18:16
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Gadzooks, he asks for clarification of the rules!
Just don't play Goldhawk Road, after High Street Kensington Or you may get an Oxbridge punt to Shadwell. Not recommended.

My move today will be Kilburn Park.
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 18:27
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Well, if one requires the Laws explained to one... *sniff*

Chalfont St Giles
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 18:32
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A fine move indeed Mr Grumpy...Im still on the ecg monitor after reading the previous questions posted..the sheer audacity of it!Not since the Clerkenwell v Montgomery-Montgomery-Smythe rematch of '34 has such furore been created.I am deeply distressed by this humiliation of the noble game,Mrs Trellis will be informed henceforth forthwith and I fully expect MC afficiandos worldwide to voice their anger and protest at the sheer insult to the great game.

Riyadh square...and we all know what happens there

doff doff doff

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Old 8th Feb 2006, 20:14
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Originally Posted by Viagra
1. Are the tube map routes the only allowed moves?
No

Originally Posted by Viagra
2. When does the platform number, or compass point of direction, come into play?
I'd have thought it was obvious.

Originally Posted by Viagra
3. Do ticket zones and/or fare distances have any limitation on the length of the manoeuvre?
Not neccessarily........


I fear you have some learning to do before joining in our serious game - try reading up on the rules first!
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 20:17
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While no-one's watching...


Finchley Road
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 21:22
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Finchley Road
Without a good morning or some such greeting, in strolls a new player, and uses a Finningly Rapier approach. Must be RAF.
Lets see what landing you make, without runway lights. My move.

Dollis Hill
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 21:26
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In order to save the Twotter from further embarassment, considering newcomers are amongst us, I shall break the loop with my usual rescue shuffle...

Hainault

A tad mean of you I dare say that was Mr Grumpy, Play fair now old chap
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 21:32
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Good evening ex_matelot, trust you well. One was completely fair. Phalanx is too good for em, I'll add a P Park Royal
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 21:36
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Evening Mr Grumpy, one is in fine fettle ce soir.
I much prefer the goalkeeper system than the phalanx,Im currently in the process of compiling a gambit for its use on the Northern line during Aquarius

Woking
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 21:44
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Well as Chalk Farm was the Headmasters favourite at the old school.
Mine will be a Land & Rangers Compass Right to Archway .
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Old 8th Feb 2006, 22:02
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Wo ist Der Twotter?

Have you scared him off Mr Grumpy?
One notices Mr Gouabafla appears to be neglecting his duties to MC also.

Pimlico
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Old 9th Feb 2006, 07:01
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One finds oneself in the incorrect quadrant and somewhat embaressed in the residual velocity department, thus one's planned coup by means of the Twistlethorpe Displaced Innuendo will have to wait.

In the meantime...

Great Ormonde Street
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Old 9th Feb 2006, 08:25
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As a relative newcomer to the game, it seems to me that it needs gingering up somewhat, or it could end up going on for quite some time.

To this end I would like to introduce the concept of 'Deep Play' (from ice/free climbing) whereby one makes moves in which the necessarily high risk far outweighs any possible reward...

So onward to..... BRIXTON!!
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