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The concept of "Trick Layouts" really came into exposure on the 2005-2006 PBA Tour season where players and drillers started to think outside of the box with certain core designs and combinations to attack the transitions late in the qualifying blocks and in match play rounds.  With matching up playing such a huge role in the scoring pace on tour, it became vital for players to have a few of these condition/ball specific layouts for situations where they would be able to optimize their look on the lanes.
 
The concept of "Trick Layouts" really came into exposure on the 2005-2006 PBA Tour season where players and drillers started to think outside of the box with certain core designs and combinations to attack the transitions late in the qualifying blocks and in match play rounds.  With matching up playing such a huge role in the scoring pace on tour, it became vital for players to have a few of these condition/ball specific layouts for situations where they would be able to optimize their look on the lanes.
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See the [[%22Trick%22_Layout_Examples|Trick Layout Examples]] page for details.

Revision as of 20:06, 13 June 2009

"Trick Layouts" are a concept used by advanced ball drillers to combat certain situations in lane conditions where a certain read is desired and unable to find in one's traditional layouts.

The concept of "Trick Layouts" really came into exposure on the 2005-2006 PBA Tour season where players and drillers started to think outside of the box with certain core designs and combinations to attack the transitions late in the qualifying blocks and in match play rounds. With matching up playing such a huge role in the scoring pace on tour, it became vital for players to have a few of these condition/ball specific layouts for situations where they would be able to optimize their look on the lanes.

See the Trick Layout Examples page for details.