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Revision 5 . . (edit) April 11, 2007 1:16 am by Simons Mith [Totterdige mispelt]
Revision 3 . . September 30, 2004 6:17 pm by Dunx
Revision 2 . . September 30, 2004 5:50 pm by Dunx
  

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A variation from the Cambridge area which is a refined and highly cerebral version generally preferred by intellectuals but still played by the teams nonetheless....
A variation from the Cambridge area which is a refined and highly cerebral version generally preferred by intellectuals but still played by the teams nonetheless …

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A defensive game in which positional play is of the essence with care needed not to become blocked, boxed? or cornered?. Often this game begins with Allbright's Opening of Totterige and Whetstone, usually followed by Regent's Street.
A defensive game in which positional play is of the essence with care needed not to become blocked, boxed or cornered. Often this game begins with Allbright's Opening of Totteridge and Whetstone, usually followed by [Regent's Street]?.

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