[r-t] Ocean Finance Doubles

edward martin edward.w.martin at gmail.com
Sun Mar 23 02:01:04 UTC 2008

To say the same thing another way:
The in-course rows are 3 rows from a six rung off the back (dodging in
1-2) and the other out of course rows are 3 from a six rung off the
front (dodging in 4-5)...therefore the complementary sixes are easily

You can get a regular 5-part called A, T, p, A  (PE 45123)

mew  (at present across the Atlantc in need of finance)

On 21/03/2008, Philip Earis <pje24 at cantab.net> wrote:
> This evening we rang an extent of a new asymmetric Doubles Principle - Ocean
>  Finance Doubles.
>  There are six changes per division - the notation for a plain division is
>  +
>  To obtain an extent, there are two types of calls:
>  T = 345 (instead of 123) at division end
>  A = 145 (instead of 123) at division end
>  Composition:
>  TppTppTppTppTpAppppA
>  Extents usually consist of an assembly of mutually true courses.  This one
>  doesn't.  So how does it "work"?
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