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Discussion in 'Tactics and Technique' started by mastercrafted, Nov 20, 2016.
I remember reffing Arsenal at the MS in 2005. No drama, which was disappointing.
Mikey Bruno coaches Shock. Salm I think is doing some luggage company?
Thumbing the 3 way rod of an autococker to cause it to leak and register lower fps.
Stashing a chrono key in your sleeve to give a quick turn up before the game.
Dead man walks.
Being so dead sure you shot someone that they called themselves out (muahaha).
The worst I ever did was in like 2000, got shot in the hand and kept playing until I got the other guy out and it was a trade. It was blatant playing on, but refs didn't run in.
To which the antidote was to wind up your opponent so much pre-game that they spat it out
Beyond the good old "Was that a hit? Better knee slide into the next bunker" and suchlike, the classic for me is screaming for a check down the snake so the ref will point out where the player is (useful trick in the days when we had zipper type snakes) and using a checking ref as cover for a good bunkering move.
Just remembered an old trick a mate used....
In the days of changing sparklets, he would carry a small aerosol can. During a gun fight, he would stop firing for a few seconds and then press the aerosol to make it sound like he was changing over, and shoot whoever tried to run him down!
I like this guy!
I always like flanking a camper by going as wide as possible where there are the least amount of players. Its even more satisfying when you get them in the mask to double sure they're out
Do we not remember when all snake players used to run with there hand stuck to the side of there goggles facing the opposition, remember guys its a lot easier to wipe a hit to the palm when supermaning than to lose one off your goggles, although I do rememeber hearing a story of someone who once flicked there goggles off diving in to the snake to lose a hit, them getting covered in mud the ref recovering them and then loosing the hit as he cleaned the mud off the lens