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  • View Poll Results: Do you spin the Poké Ball clockwise or anticlockwise?
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    I'm a straight-throwing noob
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    Personally I spin anticlockwise and think it's the more natural motion (for a right-hander), but I'm interested to see what other players do.
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    (Original post by Slowbro)
    Personally I spin anticlockwise and think it's the more natural motion (for a right-hander), but I'm interested to see what other players do.
    I'm left-handed, but spin anticlockwise too, assuming we're on about throwing Pokeballs here :holmes:
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    (Original post by shadowdweller)
    I'm left-handed, but spin anticlockwise too, assuming we're on about throwing Pokeballs here :holmes:
    Just added the poll, you were quick to reply lol.
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    Never though about this before. I spin both ways
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    I'm a straight throwing noob :sad:
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    I'm RH and spin anticlockwise, but I never bother doing curveballs outside of raids or a rare/evolved pokemon that crops up. For random stuff (like the frequent Duskulls now ) I just straight throw
 
 
 
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