You will see stacking where the servers line up on the same side so that an easy switch can be done to positioning the serving team on their favorite sides.
Also, notice that on the serves that the players smack the ball lower than the net on the arc of the ball with a simple pop serve. The ball is hit clean with little or no spin. Also the return of serve is hit clean and back on the approach shot. The dink shots then occur at the kitchen until a player attacks a ball hoping to set up a weak up ball for a put away. This is classic pickle ball.
Notice that sometimes the third shot drop does not have to bounce in the kitchen—it can be a low ball below the knees of the opponent that forces them to hit up, thereby giving the server time to move up to the kitchen. Also notice that sometimes the server or servers partner will delay on going to the no volley zone until there is an approachable dink to advance. Not all third shots are approachable. You may have to wait till number five or seven to advance as a team to the NVZ.