3H Clear Dump Power Play by Brummie
A crafty little move that was extensively used by the Japanese womens team who won WUGC 2012, this is a coordinate movement between the upfield dump ("3H") and the backfield dump
A handler, A, is guarded by D1 who applies a one-way mark. A reset, B, stands 45 degrees behind and to the open side of A, guarded by D2. A continuation cutter, C, stands 5-10m downfield of A, guarded by D3.
D1 > A > D2 > B > D3 > C
- C cuts laterally to break side.
Brummie says:C cuts hard to the break side, but it’s a feint to move the marker and allow B to get open in power position
Using the Chisel move ensures that there are continuation options for B on the break side, and makes it more difficult for D2 to recover and put the correct mark on once the drill is complete
Angles are important here; B's cut must go across the front of A in order that momentum takes them to the break side