More on Splitting the Rings
In the second end, Canada split rings. But Scotland's draw drifted through the rings, and after much jockeying for position, Canada was able to draw for its deuce:
- splitting the rings on defence typically will force the team with the hammer to take only one.
- splitting the rings on offence typically increases the odds the team with the hammer will be able to take two.
Labels: 2011 Men's World