Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

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Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Johnny Canuck » Fri Apr 29, 2016 1:30 pm

Dave Costello now has five wins on the bounce; another victory during his appearance today will both (a) guarantee him a berth in the series finals and (b) make him unquestionably the best non-Apterite of 2016 so far. Can he make it a sixth today? Join Anthony Endsor for the forum recap later to find out.
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Re: Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Tony Atkins » Fri Apr 29, 2016 2:25 pm

Several beaters in R1, I believe. ((9x10)+1)x(8-3)+9=464 alt 1st numbers.

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Re: Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Tony Atkins » Fri Apr 29, 2016 2:58 pm

Another beater available in the MARRA round.

Shame Elliot bottled the 223 having unexpectly got to 225.

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Re: Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Johnny Canuck » Fri Apr 29, 2016 4:05 pm

Don't think there were any beaters other than the ones Tony found, though I am tempted to refer to Donald Trump's intelligence level as SUBIDIOT^.
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Re: Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Stewart Gordon » Mon May 02, 2016 2:07 pm

No Susie, the French for "to the right" is "à droite", not "à droit". The two words are very closely related, but you have to be careful not to confuse them when giving or interpreting directions.

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Re: Spoilers for Friday 29 April 2016 (Series 74, Prelim 63)

Post by Johnny Canuck » Tue May 17, 2016 10:12 pm

Stewart Gordon wrote:No Susie, the French for "to the right" is "à droite", not "à droit". The two words are very closely related, but you have to be careful not to confuse them when giving or interpreting directions.
"À droite" means "to the right" and "tout droit" means "straight ahead", correct? Only about 25% of people in my junior high school French class managed to master this.
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