[r-t] Decisions on methods

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Thu May 29 11:45:34 UTC 2014

" What does decision (E)B2(c) mean? "

It's talking about little methods, and you missed out the "or" clause which gives more context. This "Decision" relates to Little Treble-Dodging methods (first rung around a hundred years ago), where the treble just dodges on the front then makes 2nds at the half-lead.  Methods like Gonville were rung, usually spliced with Kent I think to keep the tenors out of the slow. Under the rather arbitrary classification "Decisions" these in principle could be called either Surprise or Treble Bob, it being a moot point as the treble doesn't hunt between dodging positions.  This "Decision" is designed to unambiguously classify such methods as Treble Bob.


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