melee, misc, smash5, tourney

Smash Ultimate, and 2019

Part three of my turn-of-year recap. Smash Ultimate Since DPOTG, I have played Melee once. For 20-30 minutes. The rest of the time, I’ve been playing Smash Ultimate. The full month I went without playing Melee is maybe the longest I have gone without playing in years. I quite literally cannot remember the last time […]

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melee, mindset, tourney

Don’t Park on the Grass

Part two of my “end-of-2018, beginning of 2019” review. Part one was my Summit write-up. Don’t Park on the Grass 2018 I decided at the last minute to attend DPOTG. I was free that weekend and wanted to be at the first big Ultimate tourney. Another big draw for me was that SFAT agreed to […]

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melee, mindset, tourney

Smash Summit 7

Hello readers old and new. Been a while since I’ve made an update here and I have a lot to say, as usual. Since my last post, I freaking competed at Summit, Ultimate came out, I went to Hawaii with my family, and now it’s 2019. This was initially supposed to be a recap of all those […]

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melee, misc, tourney

Fall 2018 (Shine, Big House, Summit Campaign)

The last couple of months have been a whirlwind. In August, I would stare at my calendar and count the number of weeks and days until Smash Ultimate’s release, wondering how I would pass each week… all that time went by like a blur. For one thing, I feel like I didn’t have a September […]

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esports, melee, mindset, tourney

SSC 2018

Like I mentioned in my last post, there was too much to say to combine both EVO and SSC into one write-up, so here is part two of the August chronicles. I was feeling pretty good off my EVO performance. I’d taken the Monday after off from work in order to have a low-key travel day […]

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esports, melee, mindset, tourney

EVO 2018

I skimmed through my post on EVO 2017 before writing this and boy are there a lot of parallels. Just goes to show that our habits as players and people tend to repeat themselves, and we can always learn from our past experiences. I’m going to try and make a better habit of reading through my […]

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