The excitement comes in the strategy and the ability of those players to slide 42 lb rocks 92 feet curving around other guy's rock to bump other rocks which may bump other rocks then come to rest in a spot that is millimeters closer to the pin then what the other guys might do later on in that set called an end.
It's not a lot of flamboyant jumping and hitting each other like other sports but that's what appeals to me. More of a chess match.
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