G27 Standard

Much to all our chagrin, neither G28 nor G27 require the tipping to be a strategy. I have trouble seeing a G28 in this as Red is the situation initiator, though Blue arguably initiated that actual action that caused the final tip. G27 though, is a nightmare. Parsing through the conditions, “…game play resulting in the…inhibition of opponent ROBOTS via actions such as…tipping…of ROBOTS are not allowed.” If you’re judged to have committed an action such as tipping (an operable) robot, you’re guilty of G27. ::ouch::

Neither. You park there until the ref counts 6 with a tomahawk motion–AKA, pin count. Either the team backs off, or you get 50 points out of the bargain. If you need to, quick shove and back up to try to shake 'em loose.

If the ref DOESN’T count 6 (or more), then you stand in the question box afterwards and ask why no pinning foul was assessed, particularly if you see a ref looking straight at it.

Neither. You park there until the ref counts 6 with a tomahawk motion–AKA, pin count

I like that answer! But then could one not argue that if you were indeed capable of moving you’d be drawing a penalty?