Originally Posted by jonsanchez311
I was talking to Eric Humphreys about it this weekend and he said the same thing. You have to be SUPER aware because you're on your belly the entire time. Way less reaction ability than being on your knees and toes. I'd like to see it in use during a tournament before I make any decisions but in my opinion, it kind of takes away some athleticism.
If you watch the tampa bay damage raw video with keith in the snake, you don't always have to be on your belly. But that's with this layout, so I am not sure what the future layouts will hold. I got to play on it last weekend with thunder and fuzion, and it really is just a race to 50. I mean you can stop at the first curve/knuckle thing and sit down, while you mirror a lot of bunkers; due to the Tall cake and pins in the middle of the field. I can see a lot of teams winning with field-awareness snake players.