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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by neji on Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:52 am

Lee I don't think you should play show and tell sneak attack deck because it very inconsistent deck. Just because you are doing good against some random player on mws doesn't mean it's a good deck. Mws is not a good place to gauge how good a deck is because there are more crappy players playing online then there are good players playing. I know how inconsistent the deck is because Alex use to play the deck. I saw him sometime do real great or sometime do real bad. There is no middle ground when playing this deck. Even when you are doing good there is still a chance you can still lose the game. Yes, it's very busted deck but the deck is a glass cannon. It relies on luck to win. Also you should be playing a deck just because it's fun, you should be playing a deck that will win consistently.
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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by neji on Mon Nov 22, 2010 7:05 am

np lee
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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by panderalexander on Wed Dec 29, 2010 7:30 am

neji wrote:Lee I don't think you should play show and tell sneak attack deck because it very inconsistent deck. Just because you are doing good against some random player on mws doesn't mean it's a good deck. Mws is not a good place to gauge how good a deck is because there are more crappy players playing online then there are good players playing. I know how inconsistent the deck is because Alex use to play the deck. I saw him sometime do real great or sometime do real bad. There is no middle ground when playing this deck. Even when you are doing good there is still a chance you can still lose the game. Yes, it's very busted deck but the deck is a glass cannon. It relies on luck to win. Also you should be playing a deck just because it's fun, you should be playing a deck that will win consistently.

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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by lorddotm on Wed Dec 29, 2010 8:05 am

I think it is wrong to not play a deck you enjoy. Kevin, if I were you I would pick a deck you enjoy playing and master it. It will give oyu much better results than switching decks every week and a half.

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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by panderalexander on Wed Dec 29, 2010 8:58 am

lorddotm wrote:if I were you I would pick a deck you enjoy playing and master it. It will give oyu much better results than switching decks every week and a half.

Amen, what I've been telling them since I already made that mistake many times, hindsight. But you have to start with a good deck as a base though, no point in mastering affinity.

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Re: Sneak Attack with Show & Tell

Post by lorddotm on Wed Dec 29, 2010 6:24 pm

panderalexander wrote:
lorddotm wrote:if I were you I would pick a deck you enjoy playing and master it. It will give oyu much better results than switching decks every week and a half.

Amen, what I've been telling them since I already made that mistake many times, hindsight. But you have to start with a good deck as a base though, no point in mastering affinity.

Who finds affinity fun?

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He should play something that he enjoys, be it Zoo, or whatever he finds fun to do, find a deck that does that, and try it out. I used to like to counter shit, then I realized it is WAY more fun to Tendrils shit.

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