Ok, Hi Chipmunk. I made an ANTI-HAYMAKER deck awhile
back to deal w/
of the Haymakers in this area. I usually play pure grass, so I am trying to
get a little better w this deck (WHICH IS HARD!).
Ok, the idea of this deck is to play w/ pokemon that have a resistance
Haymaker pokémon (if u wanna make the "é" make sure your num. lock is on,
press AND hold Alt. and press 1 then 3 then 0 on the LEFT key board). This
deck is also fun to play if u have these cards. I made this deck because I
dislike haymakers (No offense against yours of course). Ok enough w/ the
sucking up, here is my deck
3xDouble Colorless Energy
4xSuper Energy Removal
P.S- DONT PULL OUT THAT BFG AND CHASE AFTER MY GASTLY!
Another Anti-haymaker deck. Man, people out there must not like haymakers.
Ech, it's just a deck. It can be beaten.
This deck is decent, but I would definately make some changes to certain
parts, like you Gastly line. Now, I may HATE Gastly, but even so, going
3/2/1 on the family isn't that smart. I would throw in at least *cringing*
one Gastly. Going 4/2/1 makes the family better.
Also, Haymaker USUALLY doesn't evolve, so Aerodactyl won't help. Taking
him out will open up 5 valuable card slots. I would throw in 2 Scyther to
take his place. You can run him off of colorless energy, or you can even
throw in a few Grass energy, since *cringing* Gastly can pick up energy in
your discard pile, including double colorless energy. The Rhyhorn family
serves it's use, although powering up Rhydon is going to be hard, with all
of the energy removal out there.
Your trainers are lacking a little. Going 2 Gamblers isn't smart, since
getting tails usually screws you in most cases vs. a haymaker. You need to
draw those cards. Going 2 Oaks and 1 Gambler seems to be a good match up.
You could also try some Gusts of Wind. That way you can basically get
yourself some free prizes, especially with Gengar. I hope this helps your