[r-t] Reversals of place notation

Robert Bennett rbennett at woosh.co.nz
Tue Oct 21 10:13:13 UTC 2014

Wasn't there a Methods Comittee decision that Reverse Canterbury
Doubles was to be renamed Canterbury to avoid confusion ?!?  

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Subject:[r-t] Reversals of place notation

How about using a descriptor such as "Inverted" or "Retrograde" for
for which the place notation is the reverse of that for another
method? For 
example, the principle Quasar Maximus could be called Retrograde Orion

Maximus (Orion Maximus being the first half lead of Orion Surprise

Clearly it would be more sensible to call such methods "Reverse" and
"Inverted" for what is currently called "Reverse", but perhaps that
would be 
a step too far for most ringers!

Nicholas Small 

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