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benyon's varient. no sweeps
If so, Embankment.
Moor Park, ffs
(presuming we're still not playing Bakerloo double-stops)
under the rules of jobs amendent
more so than usual
Piccadilly cross rules?
haven't seen that in years!
fucking AMOS GROVE
that's not a legal start
unless we're applying the 1908 Central Convention, but you have to state clearly your intention to do so
The play was valid, but very unpopular. There then was a non-tournament exhibition match that lasted almost six hours. I saw for the only time a full London Terminals Almanac played, which was a sight to be hold.
Tower Hill has been outlawed for the rest of 2013, owing to the demeans walk ruling that came into play in March.
where do people stand on him using this?
Wza pulling parallel returns to go to Bank despite the infamous Brixton/Vauxhall case is easily as contentious
but you raise a fair objection.
Not seen that done since Decker-Strange in '83
(Circle/Hammersmith & City)
And move to Tooting Bec
i've not played the trumpet since the early eighties and the correct sequence (according to neo-ornithological theory) evades me. Still, one can only think that as I'm facing south currently the only option is Debden.
Maximum upping for new entrants is Theydon Bois.
You'll have to withdraw Debden I'm afraid
But wouldn't Wardlaw's Paradox mean that if he were to withdraw Debden, all other players would be placed in Nidd?
I therefore move to cock a snook at Huntingdon, and allow Debden
The Whittingham/Huntingdon counteraction is valid.
Saw this used in a '91 Eastern Bloc qualifier, with fairly stupendous results.
with an aggressive Hatch End
not in the spirit of the game, that.
I'm going to go protest against this move at Ealing Broadway for 3 turns.
A crafty time to strike. I tip my hat to thee. I was confident of victory here aswell. Next time.