[r-t] Touches of StedmanDoubles

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Tue Aug 13 09:25:06 UTC 2013

"As we all know, it is not uncommon for touches of Stedman (n>7) to have 
non-standard starts, such as a whole slow six or four changes of a quick 
six. Has anyone produce a list of touches with similar starts for Doubles?"

Umm, well, here's a recipe for a great 120...

1) Start at any point you like

2) Call a pair of singles wherever you like, 60 changes apart 

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