Mornington Crescent

Mornington Crescent

25 posts
26 March 2009
StreetModel
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StreetModel
Anyone care to start?

Posted 26 March 2009
Lysander
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Lysander
Be warned, there are several 'Bare Knuckle' Mornington Crescent players on this site. You could easily get Dollis Hilled !!!


Posted 27 March 2009
StreetModel
Photographer
StreetModel
I have been practicing the third exclusion to alternate diagonals, so bring it on!!!


Posted 27 March 2009
Lysander
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Lysander
StreetModel

I have been practicing the third exclusion to alternate diagonals, so bring it on!!!


Oh dear, a 'Newbie'!  Try the third alternate exclusion to parallel diagonals. Once you've got your head round the basics, you might stand a chance of surviving. Good luckemoticonemoticon.
Posted 27 March 2009
Am I the only person confused?

What is this Mornington Crescent you speak of? lol

x
Posted 27 March 2009
happysnapper06
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happysnapper..
Ok, let's get the game underway.

I am presuming that diagonal's are wild as per the lyttleton ruling 2007?

Chalfont & Latimer

(lets play fair ladies and gentlemen)
Posted 27 March 2009
StreetModel
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StreetModel
Russell Square

Beware of the diagonal...
Posted 27 March 2009
happysnapper06
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happysnapper..
you favour the Willie Rushton opening gambit of 1984, a bold move.

I return to you with Ruislip Manor

Posted 27 March 2009
StreetModel
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StreetModel
Ah yes, but I want to make use of Mulligans collary which means I must step towards the second parallel with Bounds Green


Posted 28 March 2009
chris_byrne
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chris_byrne
SamiStarz

Am I the only person confused?

What is this Mornington Crescent you speak of? lol

x


lol...

here http://www.mornington-crescent-rule.fsnet.co.uk/mornington-crescent-rules.htm
Posted 28 March 2009
PeteG
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PeteG
Ah ha - unless I'm mistaken that leaves the translateral open for a reverse move with Parsons Green.


Posted 2 April 2009
StreetModel
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StreetModel
That can only be followed by Fairlop


Posted 6 April 2009
StreetModel
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StreetModel
That can only be followed by Fairlop


Posted 6 April 2009
regthecat
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regthecat
chris_byrne

lol...

here http://www.mornington-crescent-rule.fsnet.co.uk/mornington-crescent-rules.htm



Chris - you do realise that you have totally ruined an excellent game. Thanks.......

Mods please remeve this and the Chris post so we may continue our sport unfettered by petty spoils!
Posted 6 April 2009
Edited by regthecat 7 April 2009
regthecat
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regthecat
I would love to join you but I fear that the 'debenture move' that I inherited from grandmama may cause you upset. Dear old Grandmama was Feathering West Ladies Darts Club Mornington Crescent Champion 1902 - 1904 (East District) and in her honour the Governing Body left her descendents (First in line only) the famous 'Snuff Chunder' move (Agradoff 1807 - 1856 MC Eastern Block champion).

This move has never been played since the death of Churchill - but if you throw me a salamander across Baker Street you will feel the wrath.....

Are we playing outdoor rules as it is summer?

If so I will offer a simple 'rotunder' and go with Waterloo(EAST).
Posted 6 April 2009
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