Mornington Cresent – sorry it’s late had to check when winter rules ends
Winter rules still in affect but watch out for Kitchener’s Revolt if you’re on a branch line. The “Picolax revision” still hasn’t been finalised so there are no time restraints. I’ll start:
Haversham EastPosted 11 years ago
Earl’s Court. Obviously.Posted 11 years ago
After the debacle of a couple of weeks ago, can I remind everyone that the Germanic rules are NOT permissable.
Haversham is an interesting opening gambit.
Sudbury Hill (Slide shuffle permit 1987)Posted 11 years ago
I think i’m still in the buffers. Plus you lot play a variation of the rules that, to be honest, I don’t feel are in the spirit of the original game.
I’ll hold on for a bit, see if any traditionalists come in before i play my move.
Bloody niche players.Posted 11 years ago
Blackfriars (pre-March 2009 closure, of course)Posted 11 years ago
OMITN, today’s the last day. Very topical.
However, I shall go a bit obscure on you here and cross the diagonal.
West Hampstead.Posted 11 years ago
Tottenham Court Road, and I think that allows me to leave a trailing blocker for northbound movesPosted 11 years ago
not in winter rules it doesn’tPosted 11 years ago
REPETITION!Posted 11 years ago
Quite right, Pook. Which means that Warren Street is still permitted.Posted 11 years ago
Jubilee! Ha!Posted 11 years ago
In which case, DEVIATION! (and in so doing, block myself for three moves).
Damn.Posted 11 years ago
West Brompton (Saturday opening rule)Posted 11 years ago
Pook’s correct, the north is open.
Wigan CentralPosted 11 years ago
Heathrow Terminals 1,2,3 – straightforward direct line switchPosted 11 years ago
Definately stay south of the river, Kennington!Posted 11 years ago
Kennington? Have winter rules ended or not?Posted 11 years ago
Can I go to Trafalgar?Posted 11 years ago
If not I will try Leicester square?
If not that then what properties on the Monopoly board are legit moves?
Trafalgar is a bit audacious
back to EmbankmentPosted 11 years ago
Southfields from Wimbledon Park using the 1908 diet of Nassau (revised) ruling on movement over common landPosted 11 years ago
TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOTING!Posted 11 years ago
Which station for the Back Doors Inn?Posted 11 years ago
Right. I’m in now. Are you ready chaps?
Kings Cross. I’m not going to bother explaining how.Posted 11 years ago
WTF are you lot on about?Posted 11 years ago
Old Kent RoadPosted 11 years ago
Sudbury Hill (blue line)Posted 11 years ago
can’t have Old Kent Road owing to the Stockholm Consortium debacle of ’78. Poor show pippin.Posted 11 years ago
I think you will find that the fallout from Stockholm only applies when Old Kent Road is used on even days of the month Pook.
Old Kent RoadPosted 11 years ago
CFH – can you clarify whether it’s Bec or Broadway??????Posted 11 years ago
Can I? I think I can, but I just wanted to check that I was still allowed to block the Central Line. Winter Rules are over, yes?Posted 11 years ago
OK, so the Stokhom debacle has let me back in.
North Acton on the para 3(1)(b)(ii) side shift.Posted 11 years ago
Winter rules still apply for the next 2days or 15moves which ever is sooner. Now which is it?Posted 11 years ago
see, that was my problem, the title mentions a check on winters rule but the OP never said whether they were in play or not. It’s like the 1982 Bathgate mess allover again!Posted 11 years ago
Hang on, hang on
rules in play at the mo
Winter rules(Kitchener’s Revolt)
Have i missed anything?
Leytonstone.Posted 11 years ago
Well, if you put it like that,
MORNINGTON CRESCENTPosted 11 years ago
No, no, no. In the Diana funeral memorandum it specifically states that when three concurrent rules are in play, nothing beginning with L is permissable. Therefore pook’s move is invalid, so you cannot go to MC.Posted 11 years ago
Damn, damn and damn.
Just when I was going to reveal the masterstroke….
And damn again. I really must pay more attention.Posted 11 years ago
Invoking the Oberammergau yoghurt conspiracy title deeds.Posted 11 years ago
Heathrow Terminal 4 – obvious so no explanation needed, but a little open to a Paddington finessePosted 11 years ago
Hmm, I’ll hazard Shepherds Bush…Posted 11 years ago
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