I had a quick scan and couldn't see anything on this, but apologies if there are some threads somewhere.
I just finished playing the T1 type tournament, and had around 10 games. In four of those games, I had a round where I had the higher attack but I still lost the round. Why is this? In these games I never had any rounds which I won with a lower attack.
Is the winner of a round random sometimes? In some cases I had an attack 10 higher then my opponent, but I still lost. Is this correct?
Thanks for any help with this question. I'm just really confused. Especially since it happened 4 times in one tournament,
You must've been playing with normal mode. .
In normal mode, the random factor applied, "the higher your attack, the higher your -chances- to win". .
So if you have 20 attack, your opp have 16 attack, then you have a win probabilities with 20/36, or around 55%. .
So its just your luck or not. .
If you have a win probabilities of 67% or more, then you absolutely win that round. .
E.g. : you have 20 attack, your opp have 10 attack, then you have 20/30, or 67% chances. .
In that case, you'll win the round. .
To make it easy, if your attack >= 2x your opp attack, then you'll win the round. .