I am fairly new to the hobby, but a long time gamer. As a kid, I would play pinball, but never got into the technical stuff.
Now that I have a couple of machines at home, and I would love to be able to improve my skills. I've started trying to nudge the machine, and it seems I'm gaining a bit more control.
I was reading some posts, and saw countless comments about using sliders and other things to make it easy for the machines to move around the floor. I have my pins on very smooth laminate flooring, so if I do not use rubber feet, they slide around if you nudge.
I have a MMR, and before putting rubber feet on, it seems like a nudge from the side would move the machine more than the ball. Once I put the rubber feet on, I got more control in redirecting the ball.
So my question is... Do you not want resistance to be able to nudge more effectively? Does it make more sense to have a machine that stays in place or moves around when you nudge?
Thank you all