Hello, In many stringing patterns, for mains, it is said to skip a given hole, and to go into it some strings after. I presume it is like that to maintain a more constant stringing tension through the whole string's life, but I'm not sure. Or it might simply be to be closer to the one you will tie off at. Can someone tell me more about this? Example: (source: http://www.yonex.com/_assets/images/cache/autoxauto/2746.jpg). It is said `keep on stringing until B9. Go through B12 and [...] and down to B10.' Thanks.