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I just played a Korean Progamer at SC
 
Neo7  posted on Dec 18, 2009 8:32:07 AM - Report post

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SlayerS_`BoxeR` will take Dhampy for a spin.
 
Tri_Edge_1836  posted on Dec 18, 2009 8:55:05 AM - Report post

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Its not just about pressing a couple of buttons in a set sort of way to win the game.... Its actually a match between the 2 stratergists and how they evolve their stratergies to evolve so as to be able to counter the others' and then be able to trump his defences in some way or other and other beat till till the other guy drops.... The pressing part isn't really that hard.. You would probably know most of it after reading a couple of guides and playing just a few Games... The main thing is How fast you can cope with and change your own stratergy (mainly first identifying what the other guy is doing and then countering) to trump the others'.. This is an ever changing thing and is nigh impossible to master as stratergies keep changing and since we are Human we are Bound to slip up somewhere or the Other....I know how Hard it can get as even I play an RTS game professionaly(though not that dependent on it for money as our sponsor is just the guy who runs the Local LAN we go to)

P.S. kudos to you Neo7 for having been able to face such a tough player... I Hope you have analysed what went wrong and have thought of measures to counter the same stratergy when next you meet up with the same or similar stratergies....

 
Latiosmaster47  posted on Dec 18, 2009 12:52:41 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Dhampy

However, getting ones body into the physical shape to play a sport and achieving the mental acuity to grasp extremely complex systems of sport is vastly more challenging in the first place than memorizing combination of buttons to press and programming macros into your keyboard.

That's apples and oranges.

Also, there are some tennis players that go pro when they're in their early teens. I don't know any examples off the top of my head but they do exist and stuff.

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