Aha, that move allows me to invoke Musashi's finagle, so:
NEW CROSS GATE
NEW CROSS GATE
Aha! The weekend stairs & escalator rules are now in play though.Was this revision not overturned by the Bratislava Consensus??
However, the move still stands.
Had you placed Kentish Town or, God forbid, Kensal Rise on the table at this juncture, the theorem of Humbolt's Wooly Monkey by Woolworth's Sanctum would have scuppered your back-strafe so well covered Sir.
I must play Shadwell.
Sent from my karzi while losing several pounds
This brings back memories of when I played Mornington Crefent - the Tudor Court rules at Hampton Court in 1538. Thorton's controversial 3rd amendment was invoked (after much heated deliberation) - which as you know means that if pairing occurs during positional play after a neutral move when all the diagonals are quartered, then the off-side player must sacrifice Chalk Farm Road in order to progress, or risk passing at a secondary tangent. I digress...a participant illegally called 'Queensway' - quite clearly breaching the escalator rule that was in force and bypassing Lancaster Gate. Needless to say- his next, and final move, was via Traitor's Gate.I play LANCASTER GATE (before the 0700 curfew rule is enforced).
only if wishing to use the Double-Belgrade insertion as used so successfully by Champion Prof. Arnold Sideways.When we eventually become free from the shackles of the evil EU, will this have any effect on the strategies employed by players?