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  • #16
    Time violation is always fun in casual play if your playing with a slow player who pissing off the group.

    You can really get in their head if someone is standing 30 feet off to their side looking at their watch every time they throw.

    For a fast moving causal round you can also step it up to 15 seconds.

    In reality, it is good to use the time violation in casual play. Don't get in the habit of playing slow or you might get stroked at a tournament for it.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Vector_2008 View Post
      Time violation is always fun in casual play if your playing with a slow player who pissing off the group.

      You can really get in their head if someone is standing 30 feet off to their side looking at their watch every time they throw.

      For a fast moving causal round you can also step it up to 15 seconds.

      In reality, it is good to use the time violation in casual play. Don't get in the habit of playing slow or you might get stroked at a tournament for it.
      Playing quickly is one thing. Giving a penalty stroke without warning to a buddy is another.

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      • #18
        It's pretty laid back playing at the Mud. We have one local who has an extended study period before his shots. We just wait for him. But then, this course was in some part set up by sLowell.
        The Corporate Empire is NOT a Constitutional Republic...
        ...but it plays one on TV.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Scott View Post
          if observed by two or more players
          Unless your friend is named "Sybil", it sounds like you just won $100 to me

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