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 Trading Card Game Tips from fans

 

 March 2007

KNOW HOW TO ANALYZE YOU DUEL & DECK BEFORE ANY DUEL-JASON LAMARQUE

A good duelist must never forget that he was a newbie and ,however, on the other hand, a good duelist must not forget that he or she can't make the newbie's errors while dueling. Thus to maintain his status of " good duelist " he must imperatively analyse his duels.A proper analysis can lead a newbie to the path of the good duelist.The importance of analysing your deck is also important.The analysis of a duel and deck are related together.
How & Why to analyse your duels:

During the start of the duel and till the end of the duel use your body language.Thus your opponent will never know your true reaction to each of his movements.Many pro check their opponent facial expressions before making any movement.See how your opponent react to each facial expressions,this will give you a great advantage.Ask yourself why you had lost or win the duel.Don't tell me that because of your cards only that really false and you perhaps already know it but you don't want to admit it because you have spent so much money on your cards or you have spent so much time and have place all your hope in your deck.That's not sufficient to be a good duelist.If you think that we rate a duelists according to it's number of victory you are wrong! A duelist may win all his duels but not be consisdered as a good duelist,he may have cheated,or....
While dueling write on paper the characteristics of your opponents,I mean by that that you must see hoe your opponent react to your facial expressions,when you set,summon... a monster.After that,all your opponents will form one opponent.

How & Why to analyse your deck:
Before you start creating your deck think of all your weakness and talent in the game of YU GI OH.Know what will make your deck different and powerful.Know which cards represent your deck "emblem".When i say to analyse your deck you should see how to take advantage of each weakness of a card,for e.g you have a "great orc"(ATK 2200 / DEF 0/ Effect:when this card attack it turns to defense position until the next round)while this card is in defense position your opponent will be encouraged to attack you with a card with high attack and make battle difference when attack a lower defense.Thus he will be an easy victim of your e.g magic cylinder,sakuretsu armor....etc.Each deck need a personalize analysis.

ANALYSIS ADVANTAGE INVOLVE ALL ADVANTAGES YOU MAY HAVE IN A DUEL AND DECK.
To contact use these two emails address:
jason301290@yahoo.fr or jason_lamarque@hotmail.com
If you have Msn messenger i can give you a more appropriate help,here's my address:jason_lamarque@hotmail.com


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