Thursday, February 11, 2010

Eight ways to Zorro a defender by Trixxers

So why do you not see this all the time in games? Is it illegal? No as long as you play the ball below the knee it is legal. But it is not as easy as it looks like.
First you have to have a blade that suites you. Either you buy a Zorro blade or form a little pocket on the blade you already have with a toaster or a hot air gun - open fire is not the best choice.
This pocket or bowl must be within the limits of 20 millimeters as it might be measured by a ref and you will get a penalty if you do not follow the rules.
Then as you have your Zorro blade, you must practice a couple of weeks or months to be able to do this.
Finally you have to find room and the time to do this in a game - not at easy as it sounds if you play competitive.
Finally the smaller bowl you have the more consistent it is to play with in regular play - but to Zorro gets way harder.
Whatever you do - it sure looks neat, right?

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