[r-t] Monday afternoon puzzle

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Mon Jun 27 12:38:46 UTC 2005

OK folks, time for a quick starter for ten:

- In what way is the seemingly unremarkable method Biddlesden Surprise
Major (&-5-4.5-5.36-4-,2) similar to Cambridge Surprise

Follow-up questions:
- How many rung treble-dodging methods have this property on 8 bells?
- Are there any on higher stages?
- Are any methods with this property any good?
- Can this property be exploited in any innovative ways?

Answers on an email...


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