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A rather strange coefficient introduced in 1976 and considered by some to be out of date. It is an indicator of the availability of Green Line Buses to the players and if it gets above a threshold value (24 in standard games), the next player must catch a Green Line Bus to Victoria Coach Station to reduce it to a sensible level. GLBIC does also have some strategic value in laying down blue tokens and opening diagonals but these are not used very much.
A rather strange coefficient introduced in 1976 and considered by some to be out of date. It is an indicator of the availability of Green Line Buses to the players and if it gets above a threshold value (24 in standard games), the next player must catch a Green Line Bus to Victoria Coach Station to reduce it to a sensible level. The GLBIC does also have some strategic value in laying down blue tokens and opening diagonals but these are not used very much.

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The 1993 ICMS AGM considered abolishing it but instead set up a GLBIC Working Committee which was due to produce its report in November 1997 but has not been seen since. The lunchtime service staff, according to the Adams Precedent, describe them as 'Missing, presumed fed'.
The 1993 ICMS AGM considered abolishing it but instead set up a GLBIC Working Committee which was due to produce its report in November 1997 but has not been seen since. The lunchtime service staff have chosen to follow the Adams Precedent, and describe them as 'Missing, presumed fed'.

A rather strange coefficient introduced in 1976 and considered by some to be out of date. It is an indicator of the availability of Green Line Buses to the players and if it gets above a threshold value (24 in standard games), the next player must catch a Green Line Bus to Victoria Coach Station to reduce it to a sensible level. The GLBIC does also have some strategic value in laying down blue tokens and opening diagonals but these are not used very much.

The 1993 ICMS AGM considered abolishing it but instead set up a GLBIC Working Committee which was due to produce its report in November 1997 but has not been seen since. The lunchtime service staff have chosen to follow the Adams Precedent, and describe them as 'Missing, presumed fed'.

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