Combining cuts by Brummie

No defender is capable of taking away all of the options available to an organised offence.

One effective mechanism is to combine cuts. For example, a cutter might be well defended when cutting in one direction, so by turning in another direction they can regain the advantage. One simple example is shown in Fig. 1 where […]

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