Quoting JUSThaveFUN, reply 67 I'm just naming my strategies that had the highest win percentage from over 1k UB games spread on 3 different accounts and worked the best for me, and made me win 4-5 tournaments.
Quoting JUSThaveFUN, reply 67 I'm purely focusing on the best case scenarios where no one makes a mistake all game.
Ahahaha Zen, come on now. First of all, you won 4-5 tournaments? You won the first 2 v 2 tournament where you played TB and Oak not UB. Also if I remember correctly you won one of the mini 3 v 3 tournament with Orcun and Renz who everyone knows could rotate in up to 10 different people as a third and still win.
And next, best case scenarios where no one makes a mistake all game don't happen. Even in the greatest game ever played, http://www.gamereplays.org/demigod/replays.php?game=51&show=details&id=163978 there were plenty of mistakes.
Also nnnils is just flat out better than everyone now, so saying you know better than him because you've had one million games and played in (not won) 4-5 tournaments is ridiculous.
Your arguments are very flawed and blurred with our history of arguments. I have decided to keep it 100% professional now, thanks to nnnils.
I won a a few other mini 2v2s after that. Also i was talking in general winning tourneys in gaming.
The reason I played tb was because my partner back then couldn't execute the strategy the way I did with him. But we had a UB in our team. And my partner could play him the same way I did, so I did win with UB after all, no? And yeah the final game i won with oak reg. It's not that I only can play UB at high lvl , it's that UB is the best I've ever perfected out of all demigods next to rook.
To come to your 3v3. Yes indeed it was a very good game, however I have seen plenty of games where "almost perfect gameplay" was occuring. So I don't think that game is that more special than a lot of others. Just nice to see that high gameplay in a tournament setting.
Oh and the reason why all 6 of you played so well was because you were practicing this same combo over and over again in scrims before and were well prepared, which professional gaming should be.
Ok here is the deal with nnnils. He is the last true active pro left and is of course currently the best. However, his knowledge on the game is not there where ours is. First he rarely has the chance to play against people of his skill, which leads him to easily conclude strategies that won't work against an organized pro team. There is a reason why masters exists that are weaker than the active students, but can teach them a lot out of experience. I am pretty certain that all of us oldies played hundreds of higher lvl skilled games more than nnnils and can still show him a few tricks here and then.