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The player defends or attacks from the A1 zone.
Generally, the player when attacking from the A1 zone puts pressure on the opponent.
Often, the player when not balanced defends from the A1 and sometimes secures The T.
It is obvious that often the player attacks and occasionally defends from the A1 zone.
Logically, the player attacks from the A1 zone to put pressure on the opponent.
However, where to attack from the A1 to secure The T may not be logical.
Consequently, the player is risking the possibility of being under pressure.
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