Monday, February 22, 2010

Striving to be the best duelist is a common dream for duelists, and aiming to top every tournament is a widespread goal to all. However, there is a time whereby no matter how hard that you tried to improve your play, there is hardly any improvement in it. not even an inch of improvement is shown even if you pondered for all the possible plays that could get you out of the predicament that you are in the game. this is called the bottleneck, a situation whereby a duelist had already reached his peak and it is very difficult to improve further.

the underlying question is how to break this bottleneck and advance into another stage that you believe the victory is yours regardless of how grim the situation is.

if you have noticed, many sports captured every moment of the time spent on the game. just to list a few examples, we have replays for DOTA, digital video recording for basketball games, record sheet for chess etc.

the main reason is to allow players to review the match over and over again, to spot mistakes made and good deeds executed. and at the same time to have a better understanding of their opponent's strength and weakness. ultimately, it serves as a tool that aids to help the duelist improve his skills. questions like " what can i do to turn over the table?" ; " what other alternatives do i have should i not made this play?" .

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a sport similar to all others, and we should adopt off-game skills that had already been implemented by other sports. Classic matches between great chess masters have been written, analysized and published, so that others when faced with similar or the same situation know exactly how to win the game with ease. Basics like how to win the opponent(with only king) with a king and rook have been drilled to all chess players with the sole purpose mentioned.

We should by all means record the match played in any forms which is possible so that we have something to think about and to refer to as a guide and a tool that spurs us think about more in-depth plays of the game.

It is possible for Yu-Gi-Oh! to implement a system easy for recording of game plays like that exhibited by the algebraic chess notation( can google it if you wish). so that we can replay that moment through our mind over and over again until we are satisfied.

i believe only with that kind of system, can we all duelist be able to improve further. and the time will be within reach when we feel that every situations that we face looks so familiar and you know precisely how to deal with it. what makes you headache now is not how to handle it but what kind of solution should you emply. should i eat my noodle with fork or chopstick?

enjoy~



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