A flipper technique used when a ball is cradled. The player quickly flips the ball so that it rolls up the inlane just enough that they can backhand a shot using the same flipper. This is useful when the player does not want to risk making a post pass or a tap pass to take a shot from the other flipper, or on a game where the post pass or tap pass simply does not work.
This move is helpful on games such as:
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