A quint or a hex is a pretty fantastic play that will (deservedly) get cheers from spectators.
Picking up the penalty kubb behind the king with a single toss is also respected.
Opening with 5 baselines will get some applause, especially if: A) the 6th baton is forfeit, and B) You act like you've done it before.
Involving a base kubb in a field combo is always special.
But the BEST play, the one that equals the Go-Ahead Home Run in the bottom of the 9th, the OT Kickoff Return, is Dropping 11. When you drop 11 the game is on the line, and you've been backed up against the wall. Your opponent has done everything in their power to put you in the worst position - their field is clear and they will likely win the next turn unless you do something spectacular. 10 kubbs and a king. 6 batons. It's as good as it gets.