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The Split Card = #9 and the INTIMIDATION Text: Opp takes away puck - possible penalty. POWER PLAY -16.
The Int RW's penalty rating is "D", split card = 4 No Penalty
Not sure what to do with the POWER PLAY -16 part.
Sorry for all the questions, just trying to figure this out.
not sure if I understand you correctly, but you only use the number found beside the Intimidation part of the Split Deck to check for successful Intimidations. If the number beside Intimidation (on the Split Deck card)is higher than the INT rating of your opposing player, then the Intimidation fails and player with the puck can take a shot. If the number is equal to or less than the Intimidation rating of your opposing player, then the Intimidation was successful and your Intimidating player gains control of the puck.
Sometimes the Split Card does not give you a number beside the Intimidation section and instead simply says "Takes away puck, possible Penalty" / Powerplay 16. This just means that the intimidating player gains control of the puck but due to his aggressiveness, may have committed a foul that could be called by the ref. This is when you cross reference his penalty rating on the chart and roll the die.
Powerplay 16 means that if you are on the Powerplay, the Intimidation result of the Split Deck card is 16. ie. you ignore the "Takes away puck" as being shorthanded makes it difficult for the intimidating player to try to intimidate an opposing player as he is busy trying to kill a penalty. Powerplay 16 will always be a "miss".