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Fast Forwards or Yields?

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OK, my next question is what family(ies) tries for the fast forward and who might yield who? Don't they usually have a fast forward by about the fourth or fifth leg of the race?

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Hmm good question.

The ganghan (sp?) family seems so competitive that they might try for a fast forward. Also the Shroeders are so full of themselfs I bet they go for a FF also.

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I also liked the FF as well every round. FF could make you or break you.

I dont like the Yeild though. I think people use the yeild on a personal level instead of a strategy level most of the time.

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why do they keep putting the yields on non-elimination legs?? its friggin pointless

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I agree that the Yield could be a very good strategic tool but didn't realize it was being used on non-elimination rounds. That is a waste. This all got me to thinking, how many times has it really been used?

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i also miss the fast forwards on evry round i dont like the yeilds really when they are used on non elimination rounds it just serves no purpose

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i also miss the fast forwards on evry round i dont like the yeilds really when they are used on non elimination rounds it just serves no purpose

i know!!!

they just want to create the drama

like when the linzes yeilded the weavers. and then it was non-elimination.

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