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Old 06-28-2006, 09:28 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by lakerfreak
think about this:
Then phil would have to keep starting from square one to teach the triangle all over again.

Ok, now this made me think something... perhaps this should be a separate topic in the forum.

So, is the Triangle really worth it as a "system?" One could argue that it is so complex that it takes too long for someone to learn, and as lakerfreak pointed out, makes it more difficult to add or subtract pieces from your team.

So, is the Triangle worth it?
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