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12-19-2011 @ 8:04PM
For us, this was actually dramatically better than just hoping everyone would be in the right place at the right time. The point was, it's not about "in general, have the ranged on the long side", it's about each person knowing exactly what they're supposed to be doing. Some people took to this idea immediately, and others continued to have trouble. But this way, the people who had trouble knew it was their fault, and knew what they needed to do to correct it, rather than 'hope' it wasn't their fault but not know for sure. I know it looks complicated, but the single chart is covering one of three cases for 10 people. Hammer left? You go left and kill #4. If #4 hits the hammer, you have erred and must do better.
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