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2-23-2010 @ 7:34PM
Yep, the captain stays in there and in that position, because from there he/she has the best angle to call the play: whether to scrub, how hard and on which side. If you scrub faster on one side, that side will be more slippery and the stone will curve off towards the other side possibly even by several degrees. The captain calls on the team when such correction is needed. And the scrubbers cann't know that themselves, because they are too close to the stone and in front of it, so they cann't actually see the trajectory directly.
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