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On 25 Sep 2013 at 5:36pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I enjoyed the local version of the game so much I'm minded to start a 2nd game.
Mindful of the Braxton-Hicks rule, my opening gambit is: Spital Road.
 
 
On 25 Sep 2013 at 6:20pm Grandpa wrote:
Pipe Passage. Definitely cannot be huffed.
 
 
On 25 Sep 2013 at 8:19pm drone wrote:
Is Houndean Rise reversible on a double turn? It should be if Spital Road is used on the Braxton-Hicks Gambit. But in case it is not I`ll play the equally strong Pinwell Lane
 
 
On 25 Sep 2013 at 10:32pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
The Schengen rule neutralises the reversibility of Houndean Rise, so you'll have to go with Pinwell Lane.
Using the Duckworth-Lewis method, my next move is Cleve Terrace.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 7:54am Humbert wrote:
Cleve? That's VERY clever. Well done. I lack your ambition for fear of falling flat on my face so will play it safe: Gundreda Road
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 10:29am Ratty wrote:
Gundreda Road. Now there's a interesting move. I plugged that in to the Wii version of the game and it has suggested Stewards Inn Lane. Who am I to argue with a computer?
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On 26 Sep 2013 at 10:57am Drip wrote:
There is something really wrong with you all
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 12:11pm Very rude wrote:
hahahaha
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On 26 Sep 2013 at 1:26pm Another Voice of Reason wrote:
Stewards Inn Lane is about the most theatrical thing you could have done, seriously. I haven't seen that type of manoeuvre since Copernicus published his revolutionary theory. Sadly, I have used all my blue tokens so can only play a red move, over to Ferrers Road.
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On 26 Sep 2013 at 2:38pm GAL wrote:
middle class tosh..the DFL's will be delighted
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 2:59pm Not DFL wrote:
Ouch GAL. That's a wounding comment about Lewesians...
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 4:48pm A person wrote:
I see someone has already played Pipe Passage, so I'll take the Grenouille Gambit and suggest Castle Ditch. It is risky I know.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 7:16pm drone wrote:
Yep castle Ditch was risky. Let`s me play Priory Street with a possible double reverse on Wallands Crescent. I think I like this position. I have alot of counter play.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 7:51pm I don't live in lewes... wrote:
The stakes here are getting high. I'll play Kerre Street... it's down hill all the way or uphill to the reversists, which may cause confusion and force an error.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 9:39pm Sam wrote:
Walwers Lane. I am pretty sure that nullifies your move under the Heiniken Protocol.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 10:05pm drone wrote:
As I`m sure you are aware, the Heiniken Protocol can only be played in the Open Variation if the Double Reverse Principle is in abeyance.
 
 
On 26 Sep 2013 at 10:32pm Sam wrote:
Not, in fact, since 2011, when the Double Reverse Principle was reversed. You are a little behind the times, I'm sorry to say.
 
 
On 27 Sep 2013 at 1:32pm Another voice of reason wrote:
I think I have an old version of the board because mine doesn't mention the reversing of th DRP...however, since I am not all all bothered by this, I will skip to Western Road......
 
 
On 27 Sep 2013 at 5:54pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
Western Road, eh? I'm spoilt for choice now. I could double-huff and have Mildmay Road, risk a reverse and go for Watergate Lane, or...... just say Tanners Brook and see who can work out what my plan is.
Tanners Brook it is.
 
 
On 27 Sep 2013 at 11:15pm Belladonna wrote:
Tanners Brook, eh? I claim Friars walk. Last stop before.....
 
 
On 28 Sep 2013 at 5:08pm Down South wrote:
Timberyard!!! Heh heh heh.


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