Get With It

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  1. you hoped a man who shot another man in alleged self defense would go to trial so our entire ignorant nation can play another rousing game of "BUT HE'S WHITE"?
  2. every dgz thread about cheating:   random player 1: i know for a fact "known player 1" is not a cheater random player 2: i know for a fact "known player 1" is a cheater random player 3: i know for a fact "known player 2" is not a cheater random player 4: i know for a fact "known player 2" is a cheater
  3.   no he really doesn't seem like a nice guy, he spent the entire stream talking shit as if he is even relevant enough for anyone to care about his opinion, he was the sole reason i muted the stream
  4. please don't stop arguing, this thread is so entertaining
  5. +1 your decks are always swagged the fuck out
  6. Besides the camera angle being awful, the Glass concept was really cool, I think it would be 100% better though if Pat or whoever it was we were watching went back through the video and kind of added in what they were thinking at the time, and sort of did a walkthrough of the game from their point of view.   I.E. "I have this and this, and since my opponent did this, I can infer that they don't have this, but they might have this.." and so on, could be a great learning tool and a pretty cool experience.
  7.   I have to agree that considering ARG events as "premier event tops" is just stupid. I've not seen anyone counting Hoban's wins/tops other than Hoban himself, so its pretty plain to see that he and others, considering their affiliation with ARG, would want them to count, as if that somehow validates the event, but realistically, trying to say an ARG event is equal to or "harder" to win than a YCS would make zero sense considering Hoban has won 3/8 (?) ARG events but "can't even" win 1 YCS.    All of this essentially boils down to a pretty depressing fact, in that players affiliated heavily with ARG have, to a moderate extent, had their objectivity compromised due to nothing beyond their association with the organization.  this is so fucking stupid man hoban has topped like almost all the YCSs too but there is this thing called variance especially when you are in a single elim bracket, not to mention draft in top 16 Notice how I put can't even in quotes? Nowhere did I say he wasn't skilled enough to win a YCS, but the writing is on the walls. 0 YCS wins out of how many and 3 ARG event wins out of 8, but lets count ARG events, which are both unofficial and smaller than some regionals, as YCS's because it makes his win/top history look better. I got 14th at a regional with 600 people once, do I have 1 premier event top? (I can't wait for someone to use this specific part of the post and ignore the rest) This is a primary example of, what I've experienced on DGz time and time again, where you essentially read the undertone of my post as "negative" and "about Patrick Hoban" so you jumped to his defense without considering the actual point of my post. You can't desire that an ARG event and a YCS be equivalent, yet have looser constraints when it comes to a YCS because of "variance", you're essentially saying it's harder to get a YCS win (because it is), but that shouldn't stop it from being equal to an ARG event.   If you guys(idk who this is even directed towards) decide ARG events count because idk you want them to, then cool, all I'm trying to say is you're skirting a thin line when you start deciding what counts as a YCS equivalent win on your magical list of event tops, just because a player who was getting close to the top, and who admittedly cares about this probably more than all of us combined, has a new and extremely accessible medium to acquire wins/tops that otherwise are marginally harder to come by.
  8.   I have to agree that considering ARG events as "premier event tops" is just stupid. By doing so, you're pretty much contrived a system where someone like Hoban, who would have had to work much harder to get the amount of tops or wins or whatever it is he wants, can simply use these events, that his own backing organization runs, to rapidly acquire more "fame" and tops in the game. Imagine if we had no ARG events, (winning Nats is cool, but Tyler Tabman won Nats in 2012 and I haven't heard that name since probably 2012) would people even be talking about him?    I've not seen anyone counting Hoban's wins/tops other than Hoban himself, so its pretty plain to see that he and others, considering their affiliation with ARG, would want them to count, as if that somehow validates the event, but realistically, trying to say an ARG event is equal to or "harder" to win than a YCS would make zero sense considering Hoban has won 3/8 (?) ARG events but "can't even" win 1 YCS.  All of this essentially boils down to a pretty depressing fact, in that players affiliated heavily with ARG have, to a moderate extent, had their objectivity compromised due to nothing beyond their association with the organization.    I am in no way insulting this guy as a player or person, I met him once and he actually seemed pretty nice. All I'm saying is you can't just fail at winning the Superbowl, then decide you want to play in a new football league where there is an event that counts as a Superbowl every month or so so you can stack up wins on an imaginary tally sheet.
  9.   i mean i made a joke about patrick hoban's face once and got negged 180 times, so yes on dgz if you are good at yugioh then you are getting a free pass from a lot of things, including being ugly, on the internet of all places
  10. this commentary has essentially degraded to verbally jerking pat hoban off
  11. " i would have just went for game. i would have went for game, he had game, i would have went for game. like, hoban, like, has a hand and a graveyard. he has a hand and a graveyard. i would have went for game."   -Frazier Smith
  12. is it just me or is frazier smith the most annoying person to listen to, repeats the same thing at least 5 times ("i would not have done that play, i would not have done that play, i would not have done that play, i would not have done that play, i would not have done that play") talks about the food he ate, and sings, but doesn't actually talk about the game
  13. http://www.twitch.tv/arglive