I’m actually getting a big kick out of it - not that I’d probably do much re-watching but it’s interesting to just see all the walking away reactions and hear the commentators repeated ohhhh’s.
Really cool and useful for learning!
I’d say by far the most deceptive drain is the slow ball that looks like it’s going into the inlane, but it rattles on the post and shifts into the outlane. The very first drain by DJ looks harmless and suddenly it’s gone. There are a bunch more like this throughout.
It’s quite a useful video. So few unforced errors!
For anyone feeling particularly masochistic, I implemented player drain reels.
For instance, here’s @Theguyoverthere’s drain reel: http://pinballvideos.com/p/raymond-davidson/drainReel
mean and fun!
For completeness’ sake I now also implemented machine drain reels. I suppose it could be useful for getting a feeling of how a particular machine likes to drain.
For instance, here’s Iron Maiden’s drain reel: http://pinballvideos.com/m/iron-maiden-legacy-of-the-beast/drainReel
Also, this is pretty useless, but if you need some eye bleach after watching all those drains, you can use “plungeReel” instead of “drainReel” in any of these sorts of URLs.