I am relatively new to the game and I have been participating in many of the tournaments. What I Don’t understand is how the player that is in first has so many points?
For example: I will be in the room right at the start of the tournament go undefeated for the first 10 mins and only have around 50 points when the guy or girl in first has around 150.
Now these numbers are a bit exaggerated but I am not understanding how the person in first can play so many games.
How is he doing it?
It takes on average 30 to 40 seconds for me to even get some one to challenge me or except my challenge and on top of that they normally take around 30 to 40 seconds to make a move in the game. How’s the first place player getting matches and playing rounds so fast?
I tried to do a search on the forum and was not able to find the answer.
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is there something I'm not seeing that is this deck's weakness? cuz even against SOB they still pose more than a good threat.
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