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what is the exact sequence of a first-time pass?
1) determine the path of the pass to the desired space within ruler limits
2) the attacker moves one player 1 space (but not the one making the pass)
3) the defender moves one player 1 space
4) if the defender moves into the path of the pass, roll 5 or 6 to intercept
5) if the defender comes within 1 hex of the ball or the path of the ball, roll a 6 to intercept
I believe point 4 is wrong: when defender player is on the line of a pass after 1 hex move, then it’s automatically an interception. Rest is alright for me.
That’s the rule for a standard pass. But in the rulebook in the advanced rules chapter pag.29 under first-time pass it says:
“If the defender moves into the path of the ball, roll a 5 or 6 to intercept.”
So it is important to know the exact sequence of events in a first-time pass
Yes, you’re right – just checked that.
For me, if point 4 is right, all steps you listed’re valid and I’d play like they say.
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