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Croquet: The Next Break Strategy

Croquet: The Next Break Strategy

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Published by woodstockwoody
This book us for anyone who may play the occasional game of croquet
This book us for anyone who may play the occasional game of croquet

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Published by: woodstockwoody on Mar 19, 2011
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by John Riches
CROQUET:
NEXT BREAK
 
STRATEGY
 
CONTENTS-
PAGEDEFINITIONS 2CROQUET STRATEGY 3SHORT-TERM AIMS: BEGINNER 4C-CLASS PLAYER 5B-CLASS PLAYER 5A-CLASS PLAYER 7TACTICS 10IMPORTANCE OF CORRECT TECHNIQUE
 
12IDEAL LEAVES 16MAINTAINING THE BREAK 26COVERING THE BOUNDARY 30THINKING AHEAD 34THE ART OF MANOEUVRING 36EXCEPTIONS 40PSYCHOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS 42HITTING IN 44PLAYING THE BORDER BALL 45CONCLUSION 45SUMMARY 47APPENDICES 51First published in 1991 as "Croquet Tactics" byJohn Riches, 26 Bowman Crescent, Enfield, S.A.Digital edition v1.2 2004 by cleinedesign.email jballant@smartchat.net.au
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DEFINITIONS
1. STRATEGY involves the setting of aims and making of plans.2. TACTICS involves the practical execution of such plans - the means by which the aimsare achieved.3. TECHNIQUE is the way in which specific shots are played.4. TEMPERAMENT determines the player's psychological approach and the way he reactsto pressure.5. THEORY is the player's general knowledge of the game, including rules, equipment,conditions, styles of play and how to combat them, etc.6. STYLE is the way in which the player plays the game, and involves all of the abovethings taken together.NOTE: For the sake of consistency and clarity, the male pronoun is used throughout the textin preference to the more awkward "he/she" or "s/he". In all instances the feminine gendershould be understood as included.2

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