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Re: No, There isn't a "Judge Problem" there's a Player Problem.

Post #21 by Earl /ygo » Fri Jan 14, 2022 5:22 pm

It's pretty common knowledge that the average Duelingbook player is dim-witted, especially at the lower ranks. The general consensus is to grind to the top before you start seeing more skilled opponents, but lately I don't even think that's the case.

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Post #22 by ominous » Fri Jan 14, 2022 9:25 pm

Earl /ygo wrote:It's pretty common knowledge that the average Duelingbook player is dim-witted, especially at the lower ranks. The general consensus is to grind to the top before you start seeing more skilled opponents, but lately I don't even think that's the case.

id argue its the opposite, the further up you go in rating, the more full-of-themselves your opponents get and become less likely to acknowledge a ruling against them, while dueling against someone who doesnt know what theyre doing is a bad experience, dueling against someone who stubbornly refuses theyre wrong is a different beast entirely.
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