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QQ: Tell us your best “Bad Beat” Story!

29.06.2013 | 23:08 |

Sometimes, Duels just simply don’t go the way you would like them to. For every Duelist that wins, there is one that loses, but by looking back on those losses Duelists will learn from their experiences and keep them in mind for future Duels. Let’s hear what the Duelists had to say!
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Kevin Weyens and Thierry Courrieu had huge troubles against newer Spellbook Decks!

Kevin Weyens and Thierry Courrieu had huge troubles against newer Spellbook Decks!


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[b]Kevin:[/b] I had a very tough match against Spellbooks. We applied some changes in our Main Deck to make sure we would have a better chance against the Dragon Rulers, but that left us with only 3 outs against the newer version of Spellbooks that doesn’t run [priestess]. That’s how I lost 3 matches today and now I really have to fight to advance to day 2!

[b]Thierry:[/b] Spellbooks, too. It’s basically the same story that Kevin just told you. My biggest problem was [eev] hitting big [tgst][s] that often lead to an easy win for my opponent.[/quote]
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Bruno Calderon, Asier Ugaldea and Erik Ugarte didn't enjoy getting paired against Dragon Rulers!

Bruno Calderon, Asier Ugaldea and Erik Ugarte didn't enjoy getting paired against Dragon Rulers!


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[b]Bruno:[/b] Dragon Rulers gave me a really hard time today. It seems like the Deck is much more developed right now and after they went off, I had big problems coming back. Spellbooks is also a good Deck, but I think it’s easier to stop them compared to the Dragon Rulers.

[b]Asier:[/b] I agree with Bruno. I opted to play Firefists and even though I played 2 copies of [mind drain] in my Main Deck, I couldn’t beat them consistently.

[b]Erik:[/b] I got stopped by [mst] all weekend. I play [iiw] and it helps me to control my opponents, but they all found a [mst] to get rid of my Trap Card…[/quote]
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Georg Scherer, Amadeus Hildebrandt, Philip Weidinger, Robin und André Zimmermann made the trip from Nuremberg!

Georg Scherer, Amadeus Hildebrandt, Philip Weidinger, Robin und André Zimmermann made the trip from Nuremberg!


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[b]Georg:[/b] My opponent played the Dragon Rulers and he used [electric virus] to take control of my [ophion], only to Tribute it for his own [eev]. That meant I couldn’t come back after that.

[b]Amadeus:[/b] I expected a lot of Spellbook and Dragon Rulers and that’s why I didn’t run a lot of Spell and Trap removals. I then got paired against an Anti Meta Deck and he had enough cards to stop me and claim the win.

[b]Philip:[/b] I dropped a [veiler] on my first turn against a Gadget, only to realize that I had no out against [maestro] a little later that game. That was dragging me down quite a lot.

[b]André:[/b] I had a [grapha] with 3000 ATK and my opponent [ss]ed a Dragon Ruler. He [ns]ed a [veiler], to which I responded with [maxx], he then went for [colossal] and he attacked my [grapha] until I was Deck Out…

[b]Robin:[/b] Truth be told, I almost didn’t lose a game today. There was one Dragon Ruler player, however, who really showed me what the Deck was capable of and I couldn’t beat him.
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Florian Gönner had another good story to share!

Florian Gönner had another good story to share!


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[b]Florian:[/b] This didn’t happen to me, but I heard about it. It was a Dragon Ruler mirror match and one player summoned [obelisk] to the field. The other player had [maxx], allowing him to draw around 14 cards…
He then went on and activated [vane] the following turn, used the effect of [blaster] to get rid of it again, he then [ss]ed [draco], followed it up with [arm], equipped [draco] with it and after a [chalice] on [draco], he traded [obelisk], which also ended the game![/quote]
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