[r-t] Nelson's Victory
andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Tue Sep 13 10:28:50 UTC 2005
Nelson's Victory Minor is:
which is irregular, giving lead head 146532
Some straightforward extensions would seem to be:
all also irregular.
The notations starting X36X have the advantage of bringing up Queen's in
the plain course.
as the tenor just dodges behind with the 6 & 7, giving 8 678s in the plain
The Central Council decisions on extension are here:
I think this extension fall foul of the rule that external places remain
is the closest extension, the rule being Nelson's Victory TB is Oxford TB
with the 34 place when the treble is in 12 replaced by 3n and the 12 place
nearest the half lead being replaced by 34.
which has the rule: make adjacent places below the treble when the treble
dodges and separated places (i.e. plain hunt) above, except when the
treble is in the penultimate section (to avoid adjacent places behind
without the treble).
That seems quite an elegant rule, and the plain course contains back
rounds (at handstroke, just before the half-way point).
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