[r-t] What's the meaning of a method having a particularfalsecourse head

Philip Earis pje24 at cantab.net
Fri Apr 22 19:42:04 UTC 2005


> Is it possible to have a method with only false course heads C, P and S? 
> Ideally only those (well, also including A, depending upon your labeling 
> proclivities), though I suspect that might be impossible in a treble 
> dodging method. Perhaps it could be done in an alliance method, though?

You're one step behind the game, Don! 'True' surprise method was first rung 
in 1999.  It's notation is &56-3.6-5-6-234-25-6.34.1 (mx) and has falseness 
ACPSad.  It's a Martin Turner method (he's the same guy who wanted a method 
with CRU falseness). Along with Roald Dahl surprise, it's one of the only 
methods whose name refers to its falseness properties.

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