Bracketing for the last 3 in the stack. Good to do off of a stopped disc. Completely shuts down the zipper play. If offense floods two to the force side, 6d can pick up the second.
Last two in the stack are "bracketed" or "bookended." Offensive cutters 6 and 7 are referred to as 6o and 7o, defense as 6d and 7d. 6d takes whichever of 6o and 7o go in, and 7d takes whichever of 6o and 7o go deep.
Standard play which everyone has different names for. Great off of a stopped disc in the middle of the field (brick, for instance). Zip has his amazing catch from 2009 club nationals running this play (see http://www.ultivillage.com/index.php/COTD-2008/2009-UPA-Club-Open-Final-Ziperstein-score)
A sample of how vert stack might look with approximate timing of cuts off each other, clearing when cuts aren't open, and handler movement to the break side
Working on throwing and going with a deep look after. Thrower is make a dump cut right after they throw to the middle cutter. Thrower is working on the timing of their cut and the distance from the cutter, the cut needs to be at least 3 yards from the thrower. The middle cutter is working on catching the disc fast and looking to throw a easy to catch disc. The disc needs to be thrown out into space. I like to use the high release back hand or a lifted backhand. The deep cut will be staying even with the disc and timing their cut from when the thrower gets the disc back.
Az első felfutásra nem dobjuk el semmiképpen, csak a másodikra. Ha a második nem kapja, a stackből a 2. indul dumpra, itt már sima dumpot játszunk. Csak alacsony számolásnál játszható, hiszen két cut-ot is ki kell várni.