when the rule is that you play the disc on a string, as it has been the last 10 yrs of homie that I had played, I understand it. When you can't see the disc, you therefore cannot play the disc on a string, because you cannot see it. If you cannot see it, you cannot play it from a point that you do not know where it is. It becomes a ficticious point that somehow was allowed by a single team.
So then you say, "oh its gotta be right there", then fine, go in the water grab the disc where it is, show us the spot that it is at, and throw from that spot on a string, not an arbitrary piece of land that you "think" the disc might be equal to.
It was the worst call ever in the history of Homie, this has nothing to do with mind games, it has everything to do with the location of the disc never determined, and that is why I will never play the silly game again.