24 Dec '13, 2pm

@spandelles @sideshadow @inrng Correct,must be part of an emerging picture. Pixel by pixel until pic makes more sense

@spandelles @sideshadow @inrng Correct,must be part of an emerging picture. Pixel by pixel until pic makes more sense

The result is that a player cannot run onto the field with a text-book in their mind and then fail to use common sense, as well as all their other senses, to assess a given situation. Playing off memory, stats and data is a disaster, when you have eyes, ears and insight. Just because the pre-match analysis said that the opponent would do X does not mean options Y and Z are off the table, and so a ‘smart’ player is needed to discern the actual event from the performance analysis predictions. On that note, we’ve had players who can’t seem to grasp this, and who take to the field with only one option in their minds. They prove to be inflexible and are probably better off with less information. For most, however, the guidance is beneficial, if interpreted sensibly.

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