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love your work, kindofabuzz
Same as Anhyzer.yeah that is a very good list thnx for posting it. does any one know what an 'annie' is.?
When that type of shot is thrown with the disc upside down with your thumb under the rim, it's called a grenade. It's a little easier to throw perfectly vertical and not have the disc drift to the left like it's more likely to do with a normal righty backhand thrown vertically like the suitcase.
Annie is short for anhyzer, see kindofabuzz's list. The problem is, people abbreviate names, they change them, they make up their own names for things, so its hard to list em all. If you have any others you're confused about, chuck em on here and we'll hopefully be able to point you in the right direction.
joshlotto said:when you hold the disc vertical with a backhand grip and throw it with backspin so when it hits the ground it just stops, i call it the "suitcase". one might do this out of a bush or big tree. just imagine holding a large suitcase by the handle and throwing it down some stairs or into a car with backspin. everyone laughs when they throw that shot and i say, "The suitcase, huh?" and they are like what the hell is that? OH! THE SUITCASE!
hehehe. . . the suitcase, huh?? I'm gonna start praticing that one.