Ha! I can't believe you fell for that! I play a Dollis Hill "En Crouette" and with that, unless your willing to sacrifice the entire Northern Line, you will have to go to West Ruislip , forfeit your next third move and take a "Chartreuse Penalty" each time you pass through Earl's Court.
In Memory of Mr Lyttleton may I declare him the posthumous winner and call this match to a halt. If it wasn't for him I would never have learned the 'Dumfrys Shuffle' and the 'Quantum flux' - two moves that helped me come 33rd in the North Evesham Cubs and Brownies 'Centenery Quimp' in April last Year.
Time to restart this thread. Who wants to go first?
If you are proposing that we now adopt the East Prussian rules, of which, long practitioners would know.
In 1899 the German Baron, Helmut Von Wrinkledtoger, puportedly played Edware to great effect, however, I myself would always prefer the Fokker Variation .... ergo;
An interesting move, if a little off-track, [but that's East Prussian rules for you!], just take care not to get caught out in Burlington Arcade as Otto Von Bismark once did.
I shall play Earl's Court. No doubt, you'll recognise that as being the classic 'Heimlich Manouvre' as played by Baron Von Richthoven, but it will be interesting to see if you can come up with the 'Goldberg Variation' response as played by Max Bialistock at the Brest Litovsk Biennialle in 1926.