We have no human referee who decides about tilt or not. It’s done by the machine / tech, programmed by a human. You intentionally program the machine to make mistakes. Here an example: 2 players execute the same amount of nudges and with the exact same force, just at slightly different times. What happens is that player A nudges at times when the pendulum is swinging one specific direction and by his nudges he luckily slows down the movement. Player B is unlucky and by nudging 5/100s of a sec later, this leads to an acceleration of the pendulum and a tilt. This is the unfairness of a tilt pendulum.
Only novices don’t care about random punishments. Serious players reject such unfairness.
The player can underestimate the exact tilting point by nudging too hard. That’s a real player mistake and therefore he deserves warning(s) or a full tilt - a fair punishment.
“I don’t wait 60 seconds unless the previous player did a rage tilt, otherwise I’ll play immediately.”
Yes, bc you play for nothing and that’s why you don’t really care. But when you watch final rounds of tournaments where money is at stake then you see almost all players waiting for a very long time even though rage tilts are extremely rare. That’s bc nearly every turn ends with a rescuing attempt whether it’s about an inlane-outlane nudge or a slap save. So the pendulum is swinging strongly almost every time.