In competitive Roller Derby, the practice of intentionally incurring an additional minor penalty in order to gain an eventual strategic advantage. The accumulation of four minors is equivalent to a major. A skater who is about to become the "jammer", or scoring skater, does not want to start their turn with three minors, because if their "major" comes during their scoring turn the other team will get a boatload of points. So... a skater with three minors who is about to be the "jammer" will take a false start penalty, serve the one-minute major and get it out of the way before their jam starts.
She's going to be the next jammer, but she's got three minors. She'll probably resort to poodling.
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