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Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/13/2013 01:33:10


Master Miyagi • apex 
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Way to take back the throne from stallers! GO TEDDY! YOU'RE NUMBER 1! LITERALY
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/13/2013 21:10:02


Mike |GG| 
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Congrats indeed. I think in couple days MAnner will join ladder after his last loose against noob will expire.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/13/2013 22:16:59

Falker
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so whenever manner falls off the number 1 spot he leaves until he gets it back???
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/13/2013 23:08:28


Master Miyagi • apex 
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seems legit
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/14/2013 02:25:50


Odin 
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tried #2 for 1 day but it was not my type so i left it

Edited 12/14/2013 02:28:05
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/14/2013 14:47:42


Pink 
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mannerheim, why havent yuo finnished more than 1 game while you were #1?
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/14/2013 18:48:31


Mike |GG| 
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Coz it is very hard to win more than 15 games in a row on ladder. Lost game means lost no1 on ranking so he just not risk to do that. Slow play increases winning chance coz your opponent might forget about something in a game, it also gives you fresh look on board and some good ideas always comes after couple hours or a night. My best moves on warlight comes to me after a good night of sleep i don't know why but its true, i wake up and i just know what to do :)... not that i have nothing else to do than thinking about warlight 24/7... shit, i am addicted to this game :(
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/15/2013 14:13:42


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That's funny Michael. It's the same with me. First thoughts are simple and unsurprising. After some hours in the night I come up with the correct ideas. But it's actually while lying awake pondering my moves and not after a good night's sleep....Warlight pumps so much adrenaline, it's like strong coffee to me. Wide awake.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/15/2013 18:06:03


his balls. 
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Why cant people just play the game because they enjoy it? Surely thats how you started.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/15/2013 22:59:26


Master Ree 
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Teddy is both 1st in 1v1 ladder and seasonal ladder
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/15/2013 23:15:04

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Yeah. I am also not very good at real-time thinking and playing. I need to stare at the screen for three entire days, get two nights of good sleep, get a few massages, watch my diet (more lean meats, take vitamins, eat vegetables that increase my strategic thinking and memory), and refrain from sex or alcohol whenever an important turn arises...

My greatest joy is when I know the guy I am playing only spends five minutes to take his turn. I know I have the advantage because sometimes even when I make love I am thinking about my moves in Warlight. I treat WL as a job. In other facets of life I am mediocre. But in WL I am a general!
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/15/2013 23:56:51

JSA 
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Well Sgt. Pepper, You'd love to play me because I take only a minute on 1v1 ladder turns :)

I am with Longhouse on this. I started off playing for fun, then I was only worried about becoming a great plaeyr, and lost the fun in the game. I have rediscovered the fun, while managing to continue to play at a high level. I truly feel I enjoy the game more now than I ever have in the past, which is the most important thing about warlight.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 00:26:16

Jehovah 
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This thread goes from TeddyFSB's ladder to manner's ladder then to Pepper's mocking response and now jay lectures us on his playing practices as we are all so eager to know.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 00:35:29

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to pulsey summarizing the thread to seahawks talking about what pulsey said and back to pulsey saying seahawks shouldnt be on the forums anymore
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 00:41:23

Jehovah 
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seahawks you're meant to be retired from forums
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 01:01:52


myhandisonfire 
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All i got from this thread is the sex in sgt.peppers post.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 08:40:27


Odin 
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@Pink: I've been busy last month or so and have played most of my games slow. Also, like Michael explained, I don't have much incentive to play too fast as 1 loss means big rating decrease.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/16/2013 22:59:42

TeddyFSB 
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I've slowed down a lot too. Ironically, despite being ranked at #1 on both ladders, I feel I am playing at the worst level since rejoining WL. A bunch of losses is probably coming up:( It's hard to accept losses, I look at the position, don't see a good outcome, and leave it, hoping I'll see a way out the next day.
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/17/2013 00:37:14


Timinator • apex 
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It's hard to accept losses, I look at the position, don't see a good outcome, and leave it, hoping I'll see a way out the next day.


i know that feeling
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/17/2013 12:02:57


Taishō 
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I would send my heartfelt sympathy to Teddy and Timmy, but seeing as I haven't managed to get past 35 as of yet, I'll save it for myself :P

Sgt Pepper is a true WarLighter! Jsa take an example of his focus and you'll be 1st on all the ladders in no time ;]
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/17/2013 17:11:30


his balls. 
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Well Teddy and Timi you have given me a new perspective on why people so obviously slow play in losing positions. There are however definitely more than a couple of players who I think slow play to try to increase winning percentage.

Anyway, my post above was more regarding dropping out the league if you are not top. What is up with that?

Edited 12/17/2013 20:44:31
Congrats to Teddy(again): 12/21/2013 00:54:35


Kenny • apex 
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I agree with Timi and Teddy. Whenever I'm at a disadvantage and don't immediately see a solution, or if I don't see a really good move right away.. I chalk it up to: Okay, I'll look at it at a different perspective tomorrow and see what I can come up with.

Mindset has a lot to do with the game. Sometimes I feel like I'm seeing every really good move and playing amazing, then sometimes I feel like I'm a headless chicken running around doing really stupid moves. It's why I like team games. In 1v1 if I'm in a very low mood then I'm not going to play well. In 2v2 if I'm in a low mood.. I can just talk to my teammate a bit and shake it off.

Anyways to everyone who looks back at their turn they made and cries a bit on the inside because of how the risky move didn't work..



Edited 12/21/2013 00:54:54
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