Triple Threat by Brummie

"Triple Threat" refers to the main three options when in open space; cutting under (towards the disc) on the open side, on the break side, and cutting deep (away from the disc)

Getting a cutter isolated ensures that all three options are available. Even with a marker preventing one option and the defender marking the isolated cutter preventing one option, a cutter isolated in space will still have one option remaining (Fig. […]

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