Have you ever wished you can go back in time, even if it’s 10 seconds, after you made a play? You know the moment you realize you just made a mistake. It’s safe to say that most players have this fear of making a mistake. And they should not! Beginning players are afraid to make mistakes because they don’t want to look like a beginner. Experienced players are afraid to make mistakes because they also don’t want to look like a beginner.
In fact, many YuGiOh theorists say the main goal in YuGiOh is to minimize your mistakes, or at least minimize making the big ones. Many players focus on wins and losses when it would be better to focus on the one thing over which they have control: minimizing their mistakes. While this is true, there are also some merits in making mistakes. Even though your aim is to minimize them, it can be a mistake to READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
Hey everyone! This weeks video of the week is a really good one. It will explain how the chain works and what people mean by missing the timing. Knowing this can help you make key plays to win you a game.
If you are playing in any tournament, this video will show you different plays you can do to take full advantage of your cards. If you are not playing any of these cards in your deck, this will help you be aware of plays your opponent may be trying to do.
So go check out the video and make sure you know how the chain works and how to force your opponent to miss the timing!!!
Chain Building – Missing the Timing
My Bonus Tip
Remember if you are playing with Super Polymerization, you can use a set monster on your side of the field. If you have a elemental hero monster in hand and are affraid of it’s normal summon getting negated by cards like, Solemn Warning or Evolzar Laggia, you can set it face down on your side of the field and use it as material to activate Super Polymerization.
I know looking at this has made me look at things a bit different and will help me from here on out. Did this video help you?
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So the new kid on the block has made a huge impact on the current format. It has many top spots at the recent YCS’s. It even has come in second in the last 2 YCS’s. This new deck is Mermail Atlantean.
This is one of those decks that you will have to be fearing from here on out. It comes on strong and keeps a hold on its strong position. If you don’t know already, it combines Mermail monsters and Atlantean monsters. The Mermails discard the Atlanteans and then use the Atlanteans effects to either destroy a card on the field or search for another powerful card. While not really losing any board or hand position. It’s a scary thing to look at!!
I would like to look at a version that made top 4 in the 2012 YCS Seattle. I really like this build due to it’s trap line up.You see most of these decks do not run many trap cards. The main trap they use is Abyss-sphere. Which allows them to bait out the Mystical Space Typhoon and allows them to bring out some amazing READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
I’m loving this format. Each YCS we have seen so far has a new championship deck. We have just witnessed the rise of an old champion, with a few new main deck cards, That champion deck is Macro Rabbit. This deck has been getting some play in the top spots of previous YCS’s and it finally got the main spot by winning this YCS!
Congrats to 1st time YCS winner, Jack Bruun, for his dominating a field of over 700+ people with his agressive and dominating deck. He had an epic battle in the finals against Mermails Atlantean. Being able to make it to the finals in a format that had so many different decks in the top 32, and beating able to beat many of our U.S. established players, shows that Jack is a very talented and skilled player.
I was not reallly surprised to see this deck topping. It has a great match-up against many of the top decks in this format. The main deck Macro Cosmos hurts the new deck on the block, Atlantean, READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>
I’m loving this format. Each YCS we have seen so far has a new championship deck. We have just witnessed the rise of a new champion, that champion deck is Inzektor. This deck has been trying to get the top spot and it finally did by winning this YCS!
Congrats to 1st time YCS winner, Michael Stibbins, for his dominating a field of over 1100+ people with his agressive and dominating deck. He had an epic battle in the finals against Mermails Atlantean. Being able to make it to the finals in a format that had so many different decks in the top 32 shows that Michael is a very talented and skilled player.
I was reallly surprised to see this deck topping. I would not have thought this deck would be the latest deck to win it all. But it seems it was a good meta call to play since alot of the current top deck don’t run that many traps. Also a lot of people did not have Effect Veiler in their main or side decks. READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>