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Re: Jammer Lap Points Graphic
« Reply #15 on: March 13, 2017, 04:09:54 pm »
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Bumping this to ask the question:

Given the thread on unexpected rules changes (http://www.zebrahuddle.com/index.php?topic=5161) does this analogy still work? As far as I can tell, the answer is still yes, just with the rare caveat that kicks in during an "eat the baby with a Star Pass" scenario. This has been the simplest way to keep my brain straight on JLP and NOTT points for Jammers, so I want to make sure I don't inadvertently drop something.
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Re: Jammer Lap Points Graphic
« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2017, 04:32:25 pm »
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Yeah it not only works for Jammers still (at least I believe it still does), it works for blockers now also with the change from "you score on blockers when you pass them on your scoring pass" to "you score on blockers when you lap them" with the only caveat for blockers being if you hand a star cover over an opponent's wall that was never passed in an earned or unearned way, that still counts for lapping purposes.
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Re: Jammer Lap Points Graphic
« Reply #17 on: March 13, 2017, 04:34:30 pm »
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Yeah it not only works for Jammers still (at least I believe it still does), it works for blockers now also with the change from "you score on blockers when you pass them on your scoring pass" to "you score on blockers when you lap them" with the only caveat for blockers being if you hand a star cover over an opponent's wall that was never passed in an earned or unearned way, that still counts for lapping purposes.
Other caveat for blockers would be that the light doesn't turn off when a Blocker leaves the penalty box.

That's a LOT of lights, though!
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Re: Jammer Lap Points Graphic
« Reply #18 on: March 13, 2017, 09:47:39 pm »
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Yeah it not only works for Jammers still (at least I believe it still does), it works for blockers now also with the change from "you score on blockers when you pass them on your scoring pass" to "you score on blockers when you lap them" with the only caveat for blockers being if you hand a star cover over an opponent's wall that was never passed in an earned or unearned way, that still counts for lapping purposes.

The point of the "light" analogy for lapping position is to make the point that it is mutually exclusive - only one jammer (at most) can have lapping position on the other jammer at a time.  If Jammer A passes Jammer B, you turn A's light on, and turn B's light off.  This metaphor isn't terribly useful for blockers.
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