I thought you might have gone with the less obvious Knightsbridge until I realised I got the count of tokens wrong (doh)...
Because you think I'm applying Wormhold's Hesitation, I presume? No, it's a Laski's Second Sinistration, I use it quite a lot as a standard pattern. And you're right, there aren't enough tokens for a Wormhold, thanks to Whizzwang and Svartmetal taking most of Central off me earlier...
Hmm; Regent's Park; can't play a Laski's Second at Regent's Park, that's a no-brainer, so the best move would I think be an Armstrong Transubstantive Shuffle; which brings me to Moorgate.
I will regain the Central Line hahaha!
"Well it's Forty-one Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-nine OK -
Gotta war across the Milky Way - "
Iggius Popiscus and the Stoogii, "41,969"
Orc, you forget that after Regent's Park and and Moorgate have been played consecutively under the Shuffle, the Central Line shall be considered 'In Spoon' and unable to be played for the rest of the round. I understand that you might have forgotten this, as it only appeared in an obscure Tubeman's Companion article in 46, but it DOES appear in the compendium, under Appendix 9, c4...
I don't have time to consider a move, so you're still on Moorgate guys.
(Right... It was very hard to not just come in here and say "whut?" as I could not get my head around what you were talking about, not even in the slightest. I think I understand it enough to play but you carry on referring to these... What should I call them, manoeuvres?
"I'm applying Wormhold's Hesitation""Laski's Second Sinistration" Is there any where where I could find a translation for these?
I'm sorry if I've dumbed down the whole room now... I'll sit in the corner with my D hat on)
Ever one to try and throw as many people off at once as possible while paying little heed to the hate it often gets me, I'm going to call a Johannsen Reversal, very similar to a 'certain' 1976 semi-finalist and play Piccadilly Circus.