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Okay, it's been awhile since I attempted playing tag. Challenges were least of my problems, but the main thing is I can't connect TA SS+4,3 into SS 4~3. I can't find the right timing yet. I'm gonna need a private hour of practice rather than attempt to do it correctly in a middle of a match.
Well anyway, Good ol' Spero Gin just got started.
It's Joe! And Spero! I've had the pleasure playing with them both. Joe used to live in my state when I lived in America. I played Spero at NEC in Philly. Needless to say, I was the clear victor in almost all our matches
I miss playing with Joe. His steve was always such a good challenge.
It seems Spero's punishment is a bit off.
Joshimitsu challenges Slips this time, but not the same expectations like Spero
I'm beginning to understand how Slips said in that pod interview when you think that when you're about to beat him, he suddenly throws random shit at you and gets back ftw. He ain't just threatening or bragging. He knows how to back it up.
Levelupyour game for the capos (capos getting some great love at the moment, between levelup, Tagcast and ATP).
TTT2: Mr. Naps vs Subt-L - No Mercy Friday 6.1
TTT2: Subt-L vs Alex J - No Mercy Friday 6.1
TTT2: Subt-L vs Faze - No Mercy Friday 6.1
TTT2 Renzo vs Subt-L - Losers Finals - No Mercy Friday 6.1
TTT2: Mr. Naps vs Subt-L - Grand Finals - No Mercy Friday 6.1
TTT2~ WSB 64 (Roger Jr. & Steve) vs. xLABx M0DiFi3d (Christie & JayCee) HD
The best of Slipkicks the conqueror so far...
Tekken Tag 2 PS3 Featuring Slipkicks Kicking
jtchinoy is his tough opponent cause his alisa is damn scary. She has dangerous CH traps for combostarter and gets some chunks of damage for her long reach.
Here is from TekkenBrasil
Andvogado (Lars/Eddy) VS Sergio Venom (Eddy/Bruce)
Lian (Devil Jin/Kazuya) VS Sergio Venom (Eddy/Bruce) - ONLINE
Lian (Jin/Jinpachi) VS Andvogado (Lars/Eddy) - ONLINE
Andvogado (Lars/Eddy) VS Sergio Venom (Christie/Eddy) - ONLINE
Not bad from Subt-L. He plays fairly well. I love the fact that his ws+1,3 juggle is really consistent.
I just have an issue with his rlx 4~3 juggle. It's a much shorter juggle than the proper huge damage one.
you mean the rlx 4~3, hsp 1 b! combo? i'm pretty sure mine does more damage than that, and i don't TA all day because i don't like giving people a full combos worth of red life + rage.
I don't TA much myself but I do it when there is a possibility to kill or when they are going to receive rage anyway.
Which rlx 4~3 juggle do you have that's stronger than
rlx 4~3 hsp 1 b! TA [3,4] ws+1,3 rlx 2,f+3 ??
oh are you talking about the situation where i did ta 3,4, 124? yeah, that was me trying to get a wall and realizing that i wasn't anywhere close. not my staple at all.
haha ya, that was hit
I was like what is he doing O.O
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Naruton's volume 1, covering punishment and whiff punishment with the capos. Use http://www.mmcafe.com/nico.html if you have issues with
lol at first move being slippery kicks
I thought if you ws punish db3,4 right away you risk getting countered by the high?
TTT2: Subt L vs Pat - No Mercy Friday 6.2
TTT2: Subt-L vs Intell - No Mercy Friday 6.2
TTT2: Subt-L vs Renzo - Losers Finals - No Mercy Friday 6.2
TTT2: QDogg vs Subt-L - No Mercy Friday 6.2
Just how do you do that string?
TTT2: Mr. Naps vs Subt-L - No Mercy Friday 6.2
TTT2: Subt-L vs Mr. Naps - Grand Finals - No Mercy Friday 6.2
TTT2 Honmaru online cup - Grand Final
Bati (King / Armor King) VS Grey_Fox (Steve / Eddy) - Part1
Just reviewed Slips' Live Battles and he destroyed 3 guys on separate matches. No round loss either.
This is Slips making it from top 8
Grand Finals (Dunno who won, they got a tie from racing to 3 at the end of the vid.)
My humble contribution
people who try to wiff punish b+1 will eat the second hit and that guarantees slippery kicks same goes for people who try to wiff punish f+4...they'll eat the slippery kicks. Pretty good for baiting wiff punishers hehe
other vids are also in the channel
Tourney match. This is the first tourney I think I controlled my nerves well, but damn, still dropped so many juggles. Also I blame the controller. I'm like four or five minutes into the vid.
For the record, Christie-Hwo juggles are stable, just kind of hard to do, but totally stable.
For laughs, here's a tourney vid of when I was playing Eddy in BR (with two months on the char. and like six months on BR). For anyone's who's bored (my teammate/mentor's Christie is very good, he played anchor, I was second): http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjg4ODgzMjY4.html
Torneo Nacional Valparaiso 2013 SemiFinal LB - Cloud vs Kezada
Torneo Nacional Valparaiso 2013 SemiFinal LB - Snake vs Kezada
Torneo Nacional Valparaiso 2013 Final LB - Kiranagi vs Kezada
Torneo Nacional Valparaiso 2013 Final - Kezada vs Melodico
These are vids that from Shanghai's top arcade a few months ago. This guy is, wow, I really dig his style. He really understands the character, a shame I haven't got his name (I'm asking around but no luck yet)
Impressive but lot of risky!!!
I like his flow but I also think he plays risky.. good games btw and good player
eddy has to risk so his style could work well
yo in that first match he even went for eddy 10 string.
This guy's got a good Eddy/Ogre Combination
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - Malec1983 (Eddy/Ogre) VS tolga9009 (Kazuya/Heihachi/Devil Jin)
EBM vs Fab: http://www.twitch.tv/leveluplive/b/358952732
EBM vs JFJ (27:06): http://www.twitch.tv/leveluplive/b/358952732?t=27m6s
EBM vs Kayyal (1:01:49): http://www.twitch.tv/leveluplive/b/358952732?t=61m49s
EBM vs Inkognito (1:17:24): http://www.twitch.tv/leveluplive/b/358952732?t=77m24s
Watched that this morning (Aus time). Great work placing, looked like you were almost in finals, but Bryan/Bruce was too much.
Yeah, watched it live, great play Eddie, good job!
Yeah, nice vids, I really liked the use of not finishing the d2 string and pressuring getup with qcf3_ss1+4_d3~4_b3+4_etc.etc.... I am stealing that now, as well as a few other tricks.
TA:ff3+4 followed by 3+4 for a BT mixup, thats really inventive.
Not that I'm in a position to advise anything (I think you're a much better player by watching the vids), but did you ever consider using ss2,4 or ws1,3 as a post bound TA wall carry? There were a few times you did ss4,3 but weren't able to follow up because they hit the wall too low. ss2,4 does the same damage as ss4,3, while ws1,3 is two to three points less. 1,2,4,4 is also good near the wall, does similar damage to 3,4.
i was just really nervous when i was playing....i kind of panicked when i got a launcher off cuase i didnt know what kind of set up to do after, etc and it made me mess up my combos. i can recall during tourney where i ended the combo with a running 3 and a qcf+3... wtf?? i never do that hahahah
but i will def take note of those TA fillers u mentioned..good stuff
that "BT" set up was not on purpose..i just messed up my combo lmao
EBM, nice matches, you got a new fan.
I hope I get this good one day! Quick question: when do you use d/f+2 and when you use b+2?
i use df+2 as a mid poke, if i think theyre going to duck at close range ~ kind of hard to ss/sw. I also use it to sniff out a CH, since its a relatively fast, semi safe mid launcher (if i think theyre giong to attack, i try to beat them out with df+2). u can also play around with b+1 series instead of df+2. its just as fast, has longer range, has more combo dmg, its safe, but u can prob step it easier. but you can use it from longer range.
use b+2 sparringly (maybe a couple times a game), when you know FOR SURE they are going to attack you. good thing is that its safe, but if they anticipate it they can walk u and launch u. dont be too predictable with it. works great when ur at disadvantage cause it evades.
b+2 is good when you corner your opponent to a wall. If it connects, you get a free ground hit like b+3+4. But it also good when you are cornered to the wall yourself. It's most effective when you are sure that your opponent uses straight moves or strings most of the time. When in doubt, you can SSR+b+2 so you can dodge more straights efficiently.
Only bad thing about it is that you can't use it when your SSR next to a wall.
I can't believe I haven't seen this yet...
Xiang's ft5 challenge: Slips (Lars/Ogre VS Eddy/Tiger)
Does anybody have videos of koreans playing as capos?
i saw one match in the Estars, but quality was horrible
there are some new vids from taktak's channel! upped just a few days ago
Tekken Tag 2 Unlimited Mad Dog! (Jinpachi/Jin) vs 지옥의이지 (Eddy/Zafina)
can some-1 explain Chrissy at 2:54
What do you want explained? The notation?
It was b+1, 4~b hsp 2 ss4~3~B hsp d+3+4~5
DJVamp still tries hard...
DJVamp is I quite say getting good...
Got some goood korean matches
Tekken Tag 2 Unlimited Soul-Hunter (Law/Bryan) vs R. 전띵 (Christie/Eddy)
Tekken Tag 2 Unlimited Fran (Anna/Zafina) vs R. 전띵 (Eddy/Christie)
Nice match from anakin
Just watched TakTak's channel
Capos had it awful
[FCP 3rd Tournament] J-Mike (Eddy/Bruce)
HAO : FENG / JIN
전띵 : EDDY / CHRISTIE
It's been a long while
9 wins in a row
TTT2:2013/4/14 Ganryu/Bob VS Eddy/Lars（Ranked Match連続した9試合）
We got Misty's Cafe ID Matches
my humble contribution to the cause..
pool match between me and Harry Potter, best Heihachi in Europe and very popular player in this Area.
The match was for the first position in the pool.
Thanks mate! I still have to work a lot on many aspects of the game though.. I think I'm a bit imprecise sometimes. Need to maximize damage and whiff punishing, plus not to be in a rush but be calmer and more relaxed.
About damage, I still have to make 100% consistent both Bruce's ws21, dash d34 and Bruce+Eddy Tag Juggle at wall (Bruce Bounds, TA! eddy b433 Bruce b2, db214). It will make a lot of difference when i'll get them done.
I find the TA! at wall very frustrating because sometimes I whiff it apparently for no reason.
Other friends of mine told me that it might depend on number of hits or distance, but after watching DjVamp playing I realized that it's just my fault LOL (and WTF )
HarryPotter is a beast! we're friends so we make jokes a lot and mock each other
This time I think he understimated me a bit, but he didn't expect Ch b1,4 could catch the unblockable LOOOOL!!!
is harrypotter a thai guy? there's a hei player called harrypotter from thailand...was wondering if he's the same person
No Bro.. he's Italian with caucasian features and plays with ps3 pad
Kari Matches (TEKKEN STRIKE 5/11 - GROUP A)
TEKKEN STRIKE 6/1 - GROUP D
TEKKEN TAG2 UL 6/2 HAO VS MISTY
Tekken tag 2 (Tag2, TTT2) - Urusa (panda/kuma) vs Misty (christie/eddy)
Tekken tag 2 (Tag2, TTT2) - DJvamp (bruce/eddy) vs Kajek (heihachi/lars)
Tekken tag 2 (Tag2, TTT2) - TC BATTLE MEISTER 2nd_Semifinal
Tekken tag 2 (Tag2, TTT2) - TC BATTLE MEISTER 2nd _ Final
Tekken tag 2 (Tag2, TTT2) - TC BATTLE MEISTER 2nd _ Round of 16 Group A
We have a milestone. Jundding's Eddy is now True Tekken God!
KT3, a top five Capo player from Japan, is still in Shanghai, here's some of his matches I found online. Some really nice combos that are worth checking out.
the success rate of his hsp3+4 tech trap makes hsp4 look as a NH launcher. love his flowcharts
Yeah, I've spoken to some of the top players who have fought him, and they say he uses HSP very well. A few more of his matches:
神父, a Wuhan player who was ranked number one in the country (by points) for the longest time ever:
Bears Vs Capos
I've watched the matches, technically the capo players lack only one thing, they don't utilize mid range moves to go in-fighting with the bears. The bears have huge range and for the capos to get in for an offense, they would rather lure them in with qcf+3 or WS+3+4 which are both semi-safe. how about some HSP f+3+4s? f+3+4 and HSP f+3+4 wouldve been a great addition to their mix ups but I rarely see them. I mean they can remember RLX f+3+4 but not HSP f+3+4? These guys just keep relying on BDCs for zone spacing but lacking an initiative to attack and get in because they thought they don't have enough moves for offensive mixups. I think they're relying to much on how to launch the bears which indeed they have plenty, but that isn't the only method to get damage.
Misty qualifying for Group C
Meanwhile In other Matches:
Kwame Perry vids are always existent in YT so I didn't have to link it.
Not his best match, but there ya go: Chontting on Tekken Strike Season 2. He only lost to Knee on season 1.
Here's the full match:
waah, I'm gonna cry! Jundding qualifies and wins in Group D. A real Capo God!
I really think he has a shot at winning everthing.
Can somebody explain me how this Tekken Strike works? I think it's 2 from every group, but I'm not sure cause know nothing of corean.
Double elimination bracket-style.. at least this first phase.
A B C D players
A vs B
C vs D
two go in the winner bracket (A & C for example)
two in the looser bracket. (B & D then)
The winner in the winner bracket passes directly (A & C play, A wins, so player A gains the first place).
The looser of the winner bracket is one of the finalists. The other finalist is the winner of the first match of the looser bracket. (B vs D play, B wins, then it's C vs B, and let's say B wins at the end)
every player has two chances to get to next phase.
Both A and B pass the turn, but they'll end differently when they come to be paired to the other challengers from other groups who passed the turn like them. Usually the direct winner has to face the winner from looser bracket of the other group.
So if in group 1 A & B won and passed, A directly and B from losers,
and in group 2 E & F won and passed, E directly and F from losers,
then A will be paired with F and E with B.
In this last episode of T Strike, Helpme is the direct winner, and he's the one who wins the group, Jeondding is the winner from the loser bracket.
The four players in Group D were:
Jundding Vs. Moq = Moq Wins
Help Me Vs. Kkoma = Help Me Wins
Help me and Moq fight for the 1st Pick. = Help Me wins.
Moq gets a chance to get a second pick after he fights with either Kkoma or Jundding, who lost their 1st match to their opponents respectively.
Jundding vs. Kkoma = Jundding wins
Moq and Jundding fight for the 2nd pick. = Jundding Wins.
Hey guys, I had some matches with some of the NY crew yesterday. Mostly off stream, but here are a few that were on stream. You can see my Christie/Jaycee team at work at :
Me vs. The Exalted - 03:31:16
Me vs. Liquid - 04:03:10
Me vs. Liquid (again) - 09:34:40
I know my punishment and execution needs work. But you can see the damage output on this team is insane.
Realyst, why do you use Christie and not eddy? Great team btw.
Hey Ayos, I started using Christie when I realize her b+1,4 hits Lee out of his d+3, but Eddy's doesn't. Also her RLX goes under Heihachi's f,f+2 while Eddy's doesn't either. I'm starting to see though that his reach is better in some matches then for Christie. I might actually switch which one I use depending on the match in the future.
That RLX evasion you point out makes it very tempting to switch Christie out instead of the Tiger I always use. I also feel her hitbox is smaller than Eddy's since (meaning she's harder to hit) because she's a small character.
That is true too. But you do give up range. I'm usually ok with that except when it comes to back roll traps. You really miss the range in those situations.
The problem with Christie is I would do b+1,4 CH and the 4 wouldn't necessarily hit. But her consistent juggles are awesome, however if you're just going to tag in after a b+3,3 in a juggle then you won't have that issue. Props on your Julia and Capo team, I've never seen that team before and I didn't know they could do Bruce/Eddy - like damage.
In my experience the b+1,4 only really miss on the Bears and Ogre. It misses with both Eddy and Christie. Against those characters you're better off doing b+1,4 HSP 4. That is especially good on the wall.
I'd take Christie over Eddy any time. The difference in range isn't as significant as the reliability in combos or the throws.
Tagging mid combo isn't always a good answer either, you can't count on it when your other character is low on hp. It also messes with the rage management
Yea dude. Even if you just do f+4, HSP 4 it combos on regular hit. That kick is plus a billion on hit. Whether it's b+(1),4 or just f+4 by itself.
JUNDDING (eddy/christie) on Tekken Strike again. Action begins at 48:00 min I believe.
You have to hold back, then hsp4, but it hits anyway.
Well, I believe Jundding, I think he can win it all. It'd be amazing
Have you guys seen this yet?
Tekken Strike Season 2 Semifinals
This guy is really amazing.
43:30 how he smother Knee to the wall
1:02:38 dat combo (I can never do this one, not even on practice mode)
the round at 1:03:50 is the most epic thing i've ever seen
the combo/reset at 1:10:14 with the reset is just fenomenal
1:16:25 is the only time he ever lands a ch b1,4 3+4
I have to say, that was undeniable. Junnding will go down as one of the best Chreddy players of all time, streaming wins through Help Me, Knee and Saint. I was happy enough that he made it to the final 4 but he makes more promising acts than the way I expected. But of course the fight isn't over.
Jundding's really hyped in this tournament and seems in a positive shape. His rematch against Saint is gonna be hard now than last time. Saint is the guy who won back against Misty to make it in the Group C. Watching their matches, i find that Jundding had it tough to fight against Bob and Ganryu. his capos are having trouble breaking through their defenses that Saint just wants him to mess up and return some punishments. If he stops attacking, he will overwhelmed by the fat duo's offenses. Sometimes I feel like it was luck that backed up Jundding to win because of some scenarios like the unblockable.
Junnding made it this far, I hope he wins it as the underdog of this season tournament because his skill and effort are deservable enough to win.
Thanks for that share, I've seen a couple of that guys vids (the one where he got to Tekken God I think) and he is very good. Honestly, I've been having sort of a character crisis with Christie lately, and watching and studying a player like this is just what I needed to put my faith back in Capoeiras! I'll be looking over it more carefully in the coming days.
That unblockable setups was hinted on by Noodalls way, way back (though he talked about it after successful rodeo throw), and its great to see it actually hit someone, haha. Speaking of the unblockable, there might be potential if your partner carries them to the wall during a TA. Will be looking more into it soon.
I Still consider capo team a bad idea. There's no way in my opinion to make them work well. This team requires too much cold blood, luck and concentration to succeed.Too many -15 moves you can't punish well, too many bad match ups too many bugs or defects you can't compensate. Plus once opponent is in the right conditions, there's no way out because you can't change the match's flow if things turn bad.
I believe J. won against Knee for his merit, but won against Saint because of Saint's many mistakes or wrong choices. If Saint reduces his mistakes, I think J will lose bad.
What are Capo team advantages? and disadvantages? I think the balance is unluckily too much on the disadvantages side.
This said, I still hope we'll be able to see a Capo champion next week or when Tk strike final will be on YT..
I don't think i contradicted myself, because i explained it in my previous post. Of course I'll support J and be positive, but seeing things from a distance, it's quite easy in my opinion to realize how hard is it to make his way to the top. And this is not to be pessimistic, being aware of the difficulty J has to face means to truly respect him and his opponents to me. It would be so nice to see a Capo team on top..
TK STRIKE S2 FINALS!!!!
JUNDDING VS SAINT
2 hours of Jundding againt Only Practice
I just watched the match, and yes, it was and embarrassing defeat. Junnding didn't get a single point match. I witnessed every strategy Junnding put up in this match and seem like he wasn't prepared for saint's offense.
On how Jundding lost. Saint knows his guesses and was able to punish most of chreddy's risk/reward moves, that's one. Second is his throw-breaking got worse all of a sudden. he keeps eating alot of saint's throws. third, he messed up his combo a few matches earlier. and lastly, Saint has dished out plenty of new moves that I probably haven't seen him used in his earlier qualifying matches like that bear-hug throw.There was a sense of pressure too, it's the finals after all.
So that's how I think Jundding lost. It's terrible. But as much as he put his great efforts to make it in the finals, getting 5-0 loss against saint is something to complain about. You can't just simply disregard that. I was expecting him to get clutched and grab a couple of point matches, but no. He didn't stand a chance. I can't say he blew it, but he was definitely unprepared in this final match. It's far more as I predicted it.
Sure there'll be more seasons to go, but it is a blue moon chance for another capo player to make it in the top 4 better yet in the finals. This is probably the closest a capo player will get to any season tournament in korea, and I could say it's not bad as it seems. Plenty of capo players end up mostly as 2nd place in national tournaments. and as most pros consider them a low mid tier, they're one of those exceptional characters that can bring you to the top.
I'll be expecting more of Junnding in the next season, and Misty too. They have alot of work to do and polish up their game. I also hope Misty learns from Junnding as well so he gets a chance to make it in the top 8 next time.
sad to say but I told you..
and always with the maximum respect for Jundding and Misty and all the others Capos team players.
Mistakes Jundding made are what you described before, plus the hype and tension for being in a Final(= unblockable-right-in-your-face on wake up).
Saint just reduced his pressure in some moments to increase them in others, plus added some moves like db2 and used them a lot, since their range is long. He changed the rhythm of the matches and played smart.
But apart from Saint's merits, that are beyond any discussion since they're so clear and Saint has been on the top for a long time now, you can't expect to land every uf3 mixup, or the hardest juggle, or grabs, every time. This is what I meant. Defects are too much. Eddy risks are too much and more than other characters. Plus in many situation he gets forced to risk. You can't rely on lows and grabs for long, and even if safe, df2 on block forces you to suffer opp's game afterwards.
Eddy is a very good character in the right hands. But in this game, with so many variables, crashing moves, strange hatboxes, I still believe he needs someone stronger or more complete to team with, able to "hide" his defects.
This said, I very enjoyed the matches, and congratulations to J for getting this far. very very good job and all my respect and appreciation. In my opinion Misty is still the best, and hope to see a Capo final one day! LOL
I think you are overreacting. He lost 5-0, thath's a lot, yeah. But Saint had a lot of momentum and experience. That made the difference. Tekken is a momentum based game, at least psicologicaly.
In the semi finals he was 6 - 1 (3-0 on Knee and 3-1 on Saint), when the momentum was on his side. He also was undefeated on the quarter finals (but I dont remember exacly the score). He came to the semis and the finals from "the winners"
Sure capos aren't the best players, but hey, when was the last time we saw a Ganryu champion in someone elses hand than Saints? I give Saint credit for the match, and blame momentum for the large socre.
But big losses come for all good players. Jundding did well, he ended up on top of JDCR, Knee, Help Me, and everyother fighter, except one. And that is a lot.
I think Jundding got enough experience that made him to the Finals and which is how he made his capos TTG. when he was still qualifying, he had various moves to throw against his opponents, like that SS 3+4 strings on Knee(who usually does that in the semis) and it works. but in the finals itself, he didn't show some sparkle. He kinda played like a top pro would do. He used all his "safe" and reliable moves or so he thought that's enough to win the game. Unfortunately, Saint focused on these offenses well and made quick work punishing Junnding in the end.
Just as Saint threw some never before seen (or never used) moves at the finals, Junnding probably should have done the same. With plenty of special arts on the capo move list, I'm sure he might find something more or at least 5 to add in his top 10 chreddy moves. If he did that, he might have narrowed the advantage gap closer. (The problem is, not all of us have a good memory of memorizing them all and applying them whenever they're needed.)
Yeah I totally agree. My recent capo play has been similar in lack of inspiration and implementation. There's a video in the asuka forums if your interested.
Saturday Slugfest by Seattle Tekken
MAXOUT 10-19-13 - Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Tournament
Axiom Matches in description
TTG Match - Chanel Vs Jundding
After what I saw today on Tekken Global championship (http://www.twitch.tv/cafeid/b/473594848), it really puts the Tekken Strike Season 2 finals in a better perspective.
I said at the time, it was much more credit to Saint than Jundding's fault, losing 5-0, and today, again, nobody was giving much of a fight against Saint. He is just a Beast. He used he same strategies in the finals against JDCR that he used against Jundding. Play Tekken the first matches, and then suddenly he started doing shananigans with moves nobody knows, and JDCR couldnt do anything. It was almost like he was toying with him. It was crasy.
That AK player, 13 yr old, man he's gonna be huge. He beat Help Me, gave JDCR a hard time, and still, Saint drove past him like he was nothing. He's just on another level right now.
I wish Jundding was in this tournament though. No capos representing us out there today =(
Yeah that AK kid is no joke...but then again, some people strive in tournaments (since unfamiliarity plays a big part and tricks)
I wonder if they do ft10 afterwards...that will show how's a better player. Congrats to all that made it to the tournament.
4 capos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2f3Rn3fVsw Jundding versus some guy
Hey guys, I post in Chreddy section for so long, but you guys still dont know me. I played T2, T3, T4 and T5, all of them only against the AI. On TTT2 I started playing online, so thats when I started really learning the game.
Here's some videos of me playing versus players I think are very good. Please try to point out where I can improve, where Im already good and what do you think of me in general.
http://youtu.be/oT9KDZqybtg versus Kaz Hwoarang
http://youtu.be/2VLXxRVhJTc versus Kaz Hwoarang
http://youtu.be/e73OSNeo5ow versus double law
http://youtu.be/RdyaVE6hIS8 versus double kings
I actually remember one month ago looking to see if I could find anything with the 3~4 3 TA (I would do things like jump over the opponent, try to land it on an off axis or flip turned opponent) and having zero luck, since any setup I found was negated by tech roll. Nice find man!
Wow , im going to practice
This guy is really amazing
Hey, what do you guys think of this b1,4 abuse on Hao?
Man I feel like HelpMe copied his Eddy from Tokido. Obviously they're all very good players but so ugly to watch.
Jundding on the other hand is incredible fun to watch. I really wish Kari and Ryuyu would put up new matches, those guys are also really enjoyable to watch and learn from.
Nobody saw me playing
Tekken Strike Season 3 Begins
Jundding is in Group B
also this guy (dunno his name)
Pity that two capo players are pitted so soon.
alot of capo juice in this combo vid.
I feel Misty doesn't excel very much in tag, cause it's not the same as in BR so he couldn't do the same strategy he always do. His offense lacks a variety unable to break in and do damage.
This guy using Eddy and Fat Ogre:
Man! This team is deadly and super annoying.
-Waning moon, u34, 3,2 db1 B! eddy ss4,3 ogre FLY 1,2,12 to wall 1,2, shoulder dyammmn!
-Ogre W! eddy b4, 3, 3 then Ogre 3 hit combo (not sure what command is)
- eddy df2 CH, 1, qcf3, b3,3 Ogre db1 B! eddy ss4,3 ogre FLY 1,2,12 to wall
- eddy ws 1,3 Ogre cartwheel FLY 1,2 another move that looks like 3 to a B! move, s,s 4,3 then not sure what else ender Ogre did
- RLX 4~3, 1 B!, Ogre cartwheel FLY 1,2, 12, eddy ss 4~3
-Ogre WS2, b4,3, 3, 2, db1 B! eddy ss4,3 Ogre FLY 1,2,12 to wall
- Eddy Tag filler b3,3 to W!, Ogre cartwheel to wall throw
So this is a video of early 2013 of FT10 between Lian and Rony (Lian is the maker of the anti-chreddy tutorial and Rony is the reason he made the video):
This is a FT10 between Lian and me (LuizWsp) in April this year:
And these are some footage of him and me last moths or so:
Different day: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1_ynHLEIdY
Jundding vs HAO for Tekken Strike quarter finals:
Jundding vs Saint for Tekken Strike quarter finals:
Jundding vs Moq for Tekken Strike quarter finals::
Just finished watching Jundding's Semi-finals. He didn't get against Help Me and Saint.
Especially saint, man he got owned in the quarter finals and in the semis. When it comes to Saint, he just chokes.
From the looks of things, he'll settle for 3rd place. But that would be impossible now because he have to beat the fucking guy Saint again which he haven't achieved ever since his last match in the S2 finals.
Jiro vs Yuu
Saint Vs. Jundding for 3rd Place
Not too shabby, nevertheless, good work.
^ Beautiful setup at 11:33 for backrollers damn
Its good but it's not consistant with Christie, unfortunetly. Works super well for Eddy though, since you can mixup between that and a HSP 2 to close distance if they tech roll.
Another good Eddy-specific trap is doing a run up qcf+3 after b+2, if you do it fast enough it's always guaranteed. But once again, much harder/not consistant with the girl.
EDIT: something I forgot to mention, if they do tech roll after HSP4, HSP2,4 is super good since the low can't be parried or hopkicked, only blocked.
【TTT2】 世代別3on3大会in巣鴨【年末鉄拳冬祭2013】 Part 2
2 hours of Jundding vs JDCR main characters
TC BATTLE MEISTER - 1/4 MASTERS
Saint, Jundding, and Barcas play Christie
Personally it doesn't matter to me whoever uses capos, as long as it's a decent player
EDIT: My Gosh! I think he won! Bravo!
haha, at 1:49:18 Jundding uses the trick I mentioned here earlier. After a FC df4 on hit, if the opponent jumps back, ws2,3 will full launch them
Local Tourney - Eddy/Jack-6: Eddy OFR Matches
Misty in his matches
Vs NONAME (Near the end of the video)
Man he's just Fu*king around here, though I gotta admit hes exemplifying a different approach here, very unorthodox.
I'm looking for a video that had HelpMe using Eddy and Lee together. Anyone know where that is? I thought it was on taktak's youtube channel.
Yes that's it. Thank you. He's so creative! I feel like they are a good team because they are both poking characters.
day 2 eddy/ogre2 vs kodeevu
a bit choppy but oh well
TEKKEN TAG2 UL 1/19 ELFARRAN VS MISTY
TEKKEN TAG2 UL 1/19 KNEE VS MISTY
-My gosh Misty can't keep up anymore
MAXOUT 1-18-2014 - Axiom maining Capos
-same old story
TTT2-ENHEAS VS JMIKE97
Its honestly his play style. His playstyle just doesn't work in TT2, you need to be more aggressive in this game and probably a little more careful since everything in this game is much more dangerous than BR.
I still think he's a very good player and there's def. stuff to learn by watching his matches. To date no one else uses Rodeo throw as well as he does.
Speaking of Misty, you don't want to see his Lei. Remember when he ran Lei/Kazuya? There are some matches of him doing Lei in BR (you can find them on Youtube) and its like, damn, my Lei is better than his
Kari and Ryuyu are very good too in early TT2 days. Kind of a shame I haven't seen them since. I agree, I really haven't seen any other Korean Capos other than Misty or Jundding that I have really thought was very strong.
JUNDDING (edd\chr) VS KNEE (ste\dra)
SAINT (edd\chr) vs DIOXIN (ste\ak)
Idk about Misty man, maybe he's just not practicing anymore, like he used to. Maybe he got a job, other stuff to do, idk. Knee on the other hand has almost 10 thousand wins on arcade only, not to mention championships, and console play.
Seeing him play his deathmatches man, Igot to say Knee's the best player in the world today, at least if you take under consideration how many chars he can master. The way he played Jundding on this deathmatch, omg. I dont know why he picked Steve/Dragunov, maybe he thinks it's a good match-up, but man, theses arent even his mains....
Just for the record, i have never seen Jundding lose a deathmatch.
That's probably true. Like, Misty only has 700 some wins on his card... I have almost 1,000 on my US card alone, and I only played in the US arcades for a period of five months (and, for those who know the US scene, its not like Korea where you can go to the arcade pretty much everyday and have people to fight). Assuming he's winning half of his matches, that's a total of 1,400 matches, my Chinese card got that like, in less than 9 months of play I think? So I agree, he probably doesn't play very much.
Got nothing to do and watched a few LuizWsp matches. He's fairing out well. One noticeable feat that I like is that he uses SS+3 casually. It's a high crush move, safe on block and its ~D cancel is useful to sneak and approach under enemies instead of running in front of them recklessly. I am very pissed that Jundding DOESN'T use that move 99% of his matches, and most koreans who play the capos doesn't use them that much either.
I like ss+3 as well. One thing I remember finding it out, if you're opponent is sidewalking to thier left at range, ss+3 will hit them. So that's really nice if you see your opponent do that as a habit. At first I thought ss+3 was not as useful as ss+3~d,but what I found out from match experience is once your opponents get to the rhythm of ss+3~d or ss+3, you use the other move to mix up thier timing, its doesn't seem like it should work but does.
ss3 isn't safe.. you get it blocked and I guarantee someone will punish you when you're in RLX
SS+3 is -5 on block
certain fast mid/lows can punish you even if you immediately follow up a RLX move but while on RLX, mid ground hitters and low pickup punishments doesn't reward a juggle.
Thats why ss+3~d works well... after people get used to the rhythm of ss+3, ss+3~d will start throwing them off. It forces the opponent to get used to two things, seeing the ss+3 animation and immediately hitting you (to beat your ss+3~d) or seeing the ss+3 animation, and waiting for a bit for the mid to come out so they can block it and 'punish'.
Here's just a few tricks that you can mess around with blocked ss+3, btw (Christie only, most of these also work with d+2,3):
Against Alisa players who like to do uf+4,4 after spotting RLX, after a blocked ss+3 do 3+4,3, you'll cause the first hit of uf+4 to whiff and bound them in the air.
Against King players who like to 'punish' RLX with df+4,3, after a blocked ss+3 stand up and eat the low and duck the high for a launch punish.
Against Jin players who use b+2,1, immediately do RLX 4~3 and thier b+2,1 will miss entirely and you'll get a juggle.
Against Law players who use any of thier hopkicks to punish RLX, a f+3+4 will float them into a guaranteed juggle.
(All of these work if you and your opponent both start thier moves immediately after a blocked ss+3, chances are, in an actual match, your opponent might be late by a few frames)
Another thing to add, since a lot of people seem to forget, if you notice your opponent only does weak lows to hit you while you're in RLX (like say Lei doing d+4), you can reduce the damage by using RLX 4~3, RLX f+3+4 or RLX 3+4 to put yourself airborne. As with anything, its a matter of viewing your opponent's habits and using them against them!
TEKKEN TAG2 UL 2/3 POHANG KNEE VS ERI
TEKKEN TAG2 UL 2/4 ONLY PRACTICE VS MISTY
Knee Playing Eddy!
Knee playing Console Ranking matches. Eddy and Bruce in the 1st hour of the video
[TTT2] 140224 GameCity 아오(Christle,Eddy) VS Superhead(Miguel,Paul)
[TTT2] 140224 GameCity Jisoo(Jack6,Bob) VS 신촌카즈야(Kazuya,Deviljin) , 아오(Eddy,Chr) VS 신촌카즈야
MAXOUT 2-22-2014 - Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Top 4
Axiom stuck being consecutive 2nd rate
『 TTT2 』 N.J.artisan (dra/jin) vs Suwon Capo (chr/eddy)
『 TTT2 』 ABC (kaz/dev) vs Suwon Capo (eddy/chr)
[TTT2] 140227 GameCity 미인(Yoshimitsu,Bob) VS EDDY GOD(Eddy,Christie), 피자맨(Marduk,Leo) VS 신촌카즈야(
[TTT2] 1402277 GameCity 눈매(Jin,Panda) VS Persona(Nina,Jaycee) , 미인 VS EDDY GOD
Knee Playing Capos (Console)
I know this is a T6 vid, but I wan't to emphasize upon the amazing offense played here.
Here's a capo player that demonstrates decent variety of hit offense alone mainly on poking. He rarely use throws, and incredibly defeats the Williams on par.
Asim, ma boy!
TTT2: Real Menace (Devil Jin/Bob) vs Asim (Lars/Eddy)
Does anyone have any Eddy/Miguel videos? I'm having a hard time coming up with Max damage combos with this team.
ONLY PRACTICE vs JUNDDING
A great Lars/Eddy Player with many consecutive wins
ONLY PRACTICE VS JUNDDING
it ends for the 3rd time...
EBM took part in a Seattle Montly this past Saturday night. Just thought I would post it up!
EBM vs. RIP
Fab's channel. There's a few other matches that are interesting, but are frustrating to watch 'cause of the lag, like EBM vs. Anakin and EBM vs. BMNS.
*Edit* A Peruvian Capo player by the name of Abel that Aris is trying to get to go to StrongStyle:
Peruvian Fighters FT10
This Abel is a very very good player
Here's Losers finals against Elnegro
Here's Grand Finals, but stream gets fucked up midway
saint playing capos.
that's cool, but pay attention to his TA oki. blahblah into B! into b+4,3,3.
if they stay down, grounded damage reset with float potential. they will tech and then they will have to block the last hit, giving you free whatever mixup. pretty impressive.
Yeah I saw Saint's Capos first hand when he came here, it surprised me that he could play them.
B! into B+4,3,3 if they tech in the correct direction (I forget which one) then the last hit has to be blocked, if its the other direction then the last hit will not make contact. Thats on a normal juggle (opponent FUFT in the air). And yeah, its very good.
i haven't messed with it yet, but i'd assume you'd want the b+4 to flip for FDFT when they tech so they would be forced to tech in place, and then you don't have to worry about tech direction.
It doesn't flip by itself in that situation if I recall correctly though... you need to somehow make it flip the opponent beforehand (sorry, I can't access the video right now so I'm just going off memory.) Maybe if you sidestep far enough during the TA? I think before I tested it without doing a sidestep so that may be why I didn't get the flip to happen on FUFT opponents. Of course if they are flipped turned than the tech roll direction doesn't matter.
As for potential reset potential, I can't find a reset it for it in the open but that may be due to my team. There might be one at the wall but I didn't find it yet. There is however a reset off the other extension to the move, b+4,4,3+4: Hwo+Christie, Hwo B! at wall [Christie: b+4,4,3+4] (opponent doesn't tech roll, last kick resets) Hwo: d+3,4 RFSdf+4! df+1~f HSP2,4,3 and uf+3,3+4 also have similar tech traps that aren't worth it because you get tag crashed out of them
he gets it to flip at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MqSWrUkj7g#t=295
thing about b+3,3 with a little (normal) delay does a good job of fixing axis to the right, and with a ssr b+4 you probably get into flip territory pretty easy.
Who's the guy playing the capos? He's seems new and has a wicked mix-up offense. His throwbreaks needs some work though, but the way he controls the capos randomly and offensively really caught my attention.
From rank and custo I'd say Supreme K.
Mastercup 7 Finals!
I said this somewhere else and I repeat: Jundding deserved this so much. He didnt get as much credit as he was due, but now he definetly put his name on the map. One of the best players in the world anddefinetly the best capoeira fighter.
Some very nice stuff there. I feel we could all benefit a lot by doing some analysis of his moves. I really like ss+4 (close range whiff) 3+4~d CH. Very good spacing tricks too.
Abel Del Maestro has just won the big TXT South American tournament
He won the Grand Final vs Sapito (Lei, Ling)
These two guys beated Saint once (Abel) and sent him home (Sapito) during the tournament..
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