The most important part of paintball

by Luke
(Colorado, U.S.A.)

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The most important part of paintball is the break. It is exactly what it sounds like, it makes or "breaks" the team. Keep your fronts and mids alive for the 4 seconds of running they need to do and then play it from there, try your best to eliminate as many of your opponents at the break. a 5-4 is more likely a win than a 5-5 or whatever game you are playing. Your break is the very most important part of the game. It usually decides a win or a loss.

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Jan 17, 2009
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THE TAPES ARE IMPORTANT TOO!
by: Anonymous

Just wanted to point out something. the break is a really important part of the game because it is the first attack though i kind of want to point out that this only lasts about 5 to maybe ten seconds. wat u do at the break is DEFINATELY going to affect the game but personally i think that when u and ur team are out along the tape and shooting inside thats where most of the game is at. most teams at the tournament level are aware of how to counter laning and sweet spotting (alot of them are really fast and they may just dive right under ur stream of paint). but hey if u can get the back player out then great.

Nov 17, 2008
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Just adding more
by: Luke

Also, if you can take out their back player(s) at the break, it is almost a gaurenteed win. the back players are the backbone, pardon the pun, of the team, they are the information hq, they are also the team commander. if you take them out, there will be empty spots on their line, because the mids will have to take up the position(s) of the back(s) lost. If you have a good man that can play snake well, then get him there right off the break. The snak is the deadliest position if played correctly, so get him in there and get him there fast.

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