DRAGONS captain Cam McInnes says players just need to roll with the latest round of rule changes, with the NRL again shifting the goalposts on the six-again rules.
The 'six-again' has largely earned rave reviews around the game for speeding up the game and making it more entertaining, with some sides adjusting quicker than others.
The ARLC has endorsed a tweak to that rule, announcing on Tuesday that referees can now restart the tackle count if markers are not square or break early at the play the ball.
"We have observed an increasing trend of markers either not standing square or breaking early and placing themselves in an off-side position," ARLC Chairman Peter V'landys said.
"Rather than direct referees to blow more penalty stoppages we believe this variation will ensure free flowing rugby league continues to the benefit of our fans.
"The introduction of the "Six Again" rule has added to the spectacle of the game and the Commission will continue to be dynamic and agile to ensure we keep the game as entertaining as possible."
The rule change will take effect immediately from this weekend and McInnes said players must simply adapt despite the changes coming midstream.
"Tidying the game up and keeping people honest is always great, I think it's going to be a bit harder to police, what's early or what's square," McInnes said.
"There's times where it's obvious when someone's not square at marker where other times it's touch and go. Are they just going to give six again for the sake of it or what? It'll be interesting to see how it goes.
"When I'm playing dummy-half it's something you look at, the markers and trying to catch them out. Itbrings a lot of subjectivity into the game which isn't always the best thing but I know they want to make the game quicker and more exciting.
"The NRL and the people that run the game are free to make these decisions and we're the pawns on the chess board, we've just got to adapt.
"The six-again rule, it is a big change, but it hasn't taken long for us to get used to and actually start to enjoy it. I think it's been good for the game and, maybe this one will be as well."
McInnes admits his side were slow off the mark in adapting to the new rules, but says it has adjusted its approach in recent weeks in turning their fortunes.
"We were guilty, at the start of the season, of doing things on our own and it probably looked like that," McInnes said.
"Now we're trying to make sure we're supporting each other and giving ourselves the chance to play our best footy. It's just all about supporting each other and everyone flooding around the footy.
"I think you do that by helping your teammate, whether that's giving them early ball or running with them in support, that's been a big focus of ours.
"From when you're younger, that's how the game should be played. It's not complicated, it's quite simple, but it's effective. We're only getting started, we need to keep improving at it, but I definitely think it's helping us."