How come braking a side throw put you in negative?
@Jason Elbow because unlike regular throws, you haven't made a read, you just reacted to your opponent being at one side - this keeps side throws from being totally useless against people who are good at reacting to which side you're on
Getting hit by a side throw is like a punch in the groin. You should never let it happen so when you do, shame on you. When you break it, you're still dealing with someone trying to hit you in the nuts.
Oh now it makes sense. Concidering theres only one throw break direction.
And yeah it's in one of the sideturn advantage threads. Buried.
Got a link, Tricky? Even to the main thread?
I'll check around. It might be in one of the Eileen threads where I talk about sideturn setups.
Always loved that, ST TE is so easy , at least I keep my adv afterwards. And just enough to 14f their 2p.
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