Many players ask themselves what they need to do in order to prepare for a tournament. How should you test? Should you test? Going to a tournament unprepared can be stressful. Going to a tournament prepared can be stressful. At least preparing somewhat reduces the stress on you. I’m mostly going to cover how to prepare for tier 2 events, like a regional or YCS, but this can apply to your locals that you attend every week. So let me get into how to prepare for an event. Continue reading “How to prepare for an upcoming tournament.”
I’m errata’ing all of the other RTFC articles as Improve Your Game and they’ll all be under the category ‘Improve your game’. Now that that is out of the way, I can tell you about today’s Improve Your game. The thing that improved my game the most was to play by the rules. I’m serious. Don’t take shortcuts and play everything out and communicate with your opponent. Continue reading “Improve your game: Don’t be lazy”
This is my 4th post on how you can improve your game. It started out as what I thought would be a four- or five-part series, but I can think of many possible topics, so going forward, I’m going to put future posts in the Improve your game section. Posts 1, 2 and 3 are already a thing, obviously. This post is here to teach you what a Summon is. Continue reading “Stop being a scrub Part 4: Summons”
Before you alert the SJWs, G.A.Y. stands for Good At Yugioh. This is part 3 in my rulings series. Part 1 and Part 2 are written. Parts 4+ are coming. When it’s finished I’ll link it all up, otherwise check out the categories to find future posts. I hope you learn something. Continue reading “How to be G.A.Y. Part 3: Missing the Timing”
This is part two of a five+ part series about certain intricacies in Yugioh that many players seem to be unaware of. This time, I’m going to explain turn player priority and the flow chart. Keep in mind that I’ve played the game for years and am not trying to be condescending. You probably know things about your hobby/job/expertise that feel obvious and second nature, but to any beginner might not be. If you haven’t yet, read part one. Continue reading “Be pro @ ygo Part 2: Simultaneous Effects Go On Chain. SEGOC for short.”
This is a series coming to you in four parts explaining, in detail, gameplay that I often see done incorrectly. So I’m here to explain how Chains and effects work.