Well the only difference betwen the '93 rules and variant B rules was the laws regarding 3rd orthogonal shunts and their legality, or more precisely - the lack thereof, the 1993 ruleset has a slight wording varience that was actually discussed quite heatedly in the 1994 Masters Tournament in Brazil, if you recall your history.
So my analysis should still be correct given that I used a reverse oscillating shunt. The Fibonnaci Sequence that comes into play doesn't change based on the ruleset either. I'm not a newbie, EE. Not a Grand Master like PDB and Felstaff, but by no means a newbie. To prove that point I'll do the following, because as it stands I'm MC in 3 based on the others moves:
Using five white tokens, two greens and four out of mint quid coins. That allows me to declare Triple Entendre and force all the mellons, moons, donkeys and apes off the board. That leaves the zebras, which I'll take care of using two iron tokens and a Masquerade Ball card. Finally, to end my turn, and the match, a Tripple Lutz Tripple Toe Loop trollop over to Mornington Crescent. Just for a bit of overkill, I'll wipe the region with my last purple token.
I wanted to see the game last longer than this but, I was left with little choice.