[r-t] Decisions on methods

Alan Reading alan.reading at googlemail.com
Thu May 29 11:40:07 UTC 2014

The latter means in each position that the hunt bell actually reaches.
Little methods are a special case where the hunt bell strikes zero times in
a certain number of positions.

On 29 May 2014 12:35, John Fisher <ghoti at mad.scientist.com> wrote:

> What does decision (E)B2(c) mean?  It states: "Treble Bob methods are
> Treble
> Dodging methods in which the hunt bell dodges in only one position...".
>  How
> does that conform with (E)B1(c): "In Treble Dodging methods the hunt bell
> has a well-formed path, strikes more than two but the same number of blows
> in each position..."?
> <http://www.methods.org.uk/ccdecs.htm#decEA>
> JR1F
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