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In Reply to: Standard 5-7 man Tourney Tactics...HELP!!! posted by dvoratexn on July 15, 2004 at 00:16:52:

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on July 27, 2004 at 10:56:34

Maybe you're getting what you pay for with the Brass Eagle paint. You seem to be indicating that you play 3 man without Brass Eagle paint and that you do fairly well at it. Not to say there's no difference between the two, but it seems like you're shooting paint that's inconsistent enough not to go where you point it. Even if I'm wrong about what paint you use for 3 man, I can't recommend changing anything until you have paint with which you can snap shoot. It's worth the extra expense.


:, could someone tell me some tactics for a standard 5-7 man match? I go to play at neosho missouri and we usually play 5-7 man, and i get owned. But in 3 man its alot easier...the field is a standard setup with a snake, 50, a couple of standups, some doritos, a ladder, and some half moons...(or gravestones). Basically i run up front off the break, and i did what i usually did...snap shot. But with brass eagle paint (which is the awesome deal of 10 bucks unlimited paint and air), its impossible to snap shoot. So can someone give me some standard tactics on what to do off the break, and keep going on in the game? Thanks.

: Dan

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