[r-t] How do I read this?
King, Peter R
peter.king at imperial.ac.uk
Sat Nov 28 08:07:51 UTC 2015
The column of figures down the left are the course ends (ie the rows you get when the 7th is back in 7ths place - which is why it is omitted, the treble is always at the front so it is left out as well). The numbers along the top are the calling positions which here are only the 1st, 2nd and 3rd lead of each course, all the others are plain). Then the "s" s show where you call a single. So the first course is psspp (where p shows a plain lead and s a singled lead). This causes the 7th to go into the hunt at the first call and out again one lead later. Explicitly the lead ends are
1425637 (this is the course end 42563 written on the left hand side)
And so on for the other courses. The five part bit is fairly obvious, just repeat the calling and you'll get back to rounds after 1260 changes.
Hope that helps
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How do I read this?? Any help appreciated!
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