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How To Correctly View And Judge A Cock Punch On S128

How To Correctly View And Judge A Cock Punch On S128 – There are several ways to be able to choose and determine which chickens are of good quality or not, one of which is to judge the chickens based on the strokes they do, now to help you determine and choose quality chickens, this time the Admin will provide a few methods so that You can choose which fighting cock is quality based on the punch, let’s see the following article until it runs out.

Punches and spurs are the main weapons for Bangkok chickens. All agree, right? be it in ground cockfighting or online cockfighting. S128 Punches and spurs are one of the main criteria in choosing Bangkok chickens, which can be seen during the fighting. Some things related to blows that need to be observed when Bangkok chicken is diabar as follows:

Direction of blows
The direction of the Bangkok chicken stroke can be from the front, oblique (from the front to the side), the left or right side, and from behind. In the first few minutes of the news, the chicken always hits from the front or at a slight angle (oblique). But the next minute, the chicken can also hit from the side and behind, depending on the pattern or habit. Some chickens can hit from the front or just oblique. On the other hand, there were chickens that could not hit from the front, and more from the side and back. A good fighting cock is if it can hit from all directions, both front, side and back, or at least it can be from both directions. Anyway, if there is a chance to hit and hit the target.

Target hit
The most common Bangkok chicken strokes are towards the head and neck. In the first few minutes of the news, sometimes the chicken hits on the chest and shoulders (warm up maybe?), The next is on the head and upper neck (that’s all if the chicken is fighting). There are only a few Bangkok chicken that hit on the chest, back, wings, waist and stomach. The good and most commonly chosen is Bangkok chicken which hits on the head and upper neck consistently. The head can hit the face, eyes or nerves in the back of the head. The neck can also make the chicken cluck if it is hit badly, especially if the opponent’s neck is not strong enough.

Punch accuracy
Hit accuracy is the accuracy of hitting the target chicken. Chickens whose punches are not precise and in sufficiently arbitrary direction, so that those who are chosen are those whose punches are right on target, for example, hitting the head or neck. Sometimes the accuracy of the hit is not right if the opponent is always moving and doesn’t want to stay still. But it can also be judged from the chicken itself, if the chicken is “good” at fighting, even though the opponent is hard to hit, it will still get hit. With a note, the chickens are special and surely many are looking for chickens like this, including me.

Hit distance
The position or distance of a fighting cock from its opponent can be far or near / meeting. There are some fighting chickens who always keep their distance away from their opponents in order to hit well, and conversely there are those who deliberately move closer so they can hit their opponent. Chickens also have their own techniques, we as owners must know the weaknesses and shortcomings of these chickens.

Stroke Frequency
The frequency or number of strokes of the Bangkok chicken is the most common one time for each strike. But there are some Bangkok chickens that can hit in a row, like 2-3 times in a row, especially when the stamina is still good. The frequency of hitting a Bangkok chicken also depends on its pegging habits. There are those who peg for a long time, or peg until it is tight, only then can they hit, so that it seems slow in throwing punches. But there are also those who can hit immediately after pegging (sticking to hit). Chickens that hit immediately after pegging will have more chances of hitting more, so the better choice. Yep, choose a fighting cock like that.

The spurs
Spurs are a deadly weapon for Bangkok chickens in addition to a one / deadly blow. Bangkok chicken spurs that are still young or not long, it is difficult to predict whether they will work or not. However, in general, chickens whose tajinya can hit the target are chickens whose legs are aimed at the upper head.

Deadly blow
There is only a small proportion of Bangkok chickens who have one hit, or a deadly blow, or a nerve hit, or a hot hit. Quite a few chickens have a good, hard hit, but a cold hit, so a chicken with a good mentality can tolerate it. The coaches and senior Bangkok chicken players are generally able to choose a Bangkok chicken that has a hot punch, which if the punch comes out it can make the opponent suddenly shrink, run, stagger, etc. A blow like this can paralyze your opponent quickly, so you don’t have to fight for 3 – 5 rounds. This potential can be observed from the direction of the hit to the point of death or the nerve part, or the chicken occasionally has a hit