Hole 1 – For the first hole, P1 (the wolf) hits a decent tee shot, but elects to wait for a partner. P2 hits a ball in the woods, but after P3 hits one down the center, P1 selects P3 to be his partner. The best ball of P2 and P4 is a bogey, which loses to the par the wolf and his partner shoot on the hole. P1 and P3 receive a point.
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If P1 went Blind Lone Wolf, and shot the lowest score they would gain 12: P1: +12. P2: -4. P3: -4. P4: -4. THE HAMMER: At the beggining of each hole, the hammer can be thrown by anyone at anytime. Once the hammer has been thrown, the team that threw the hammer has doubled the bet. The opposing team has 3 options. Take: this will +1 to the double.
The Basic Structure of Wolf Hammer: In four-man Wolf Hammer, going blind lone wolf (before anyone has teed off), multiplies every bet (the hole and all the junk, which is spelled out below) by four. Going solo after you hit, multiplies everything by three. Going alone after everyone else hits, multiplies everything by two.
reports they have evidence of use of the Hammer system with Scorecard application Former NSA senior analyst Kirk Wiebe validating the existence of Hammer and Scorecard applications on 11/6/2020 TWO DAYS PRIOR TO THE ELECTION (11/1/2020) - Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney (USAF Retired) breaking story on Hammer and ScoreCard (Operation Freedom)
I made a Googlesheet to keep score in Wolf Hammer if anyone is interested Edit: Probably should've pointed out in the title that this is meant to be printed and taken with you to the course to help keep track of what all the different bets are and the progress of the winnings/debt.
Looking at the scorecard above, the (W) represents who is the designated wolf for each hole. Scores for each hole are also listed. Scores for each hole are also listed. On holes 17 * and 18 * , typically, the last place player is the Wolf which gives them a chance to recover some points.
A supercomputer called "Hammer" and a software program called "Scorecard" are being used to alter vote counts in the U.S. presidential election of 2020.
If the non-Wolf partners win the hole, they each receive 3 points. If the Lone Wolf beats all the other players (shoots the lowest NET score), he/she receives 4 points. If another player beats the Lone Wolf on a hole, all players - except the Lone Wolf - receive 1 point. The example below illustrates the first six holes of a game of Wolf.
THE HAMMER supercomputer’s SCORECARD application injected into state election systems in 10 states cloned, identically-sized blocks of Biden votes that were used to steal the 2020 election from President Trump, according to CIA whistleblower Dennis Montgomery, who was granted immunity by the DOJ and FBI for exposing illegal U.S. domestic ...