Lull the opponent into a false sense of security by Brummie

This is one of our "Defence" lessons

Deception is an important weapon in the defensive arsenal. Any time that your opponent is unsure of how your defence works, it is sure to be effective.

Ways to deceive your opponent Transition defences: switching between person and zone, or vice versa. Particularly sneaky when combined with fake transitions or “zone for 1” (i.e. set up in a zone, then immediately go to person) Playing two slightly […]

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