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Josh Graham - now selling how to win tournaments!

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Atem names
Sharing josh cheating/stealing stories
"Fuck csp"
"Did he get his money back"
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Just realized atem backwards is meta
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Just realized atem backwards is meta

 

how meta of you to notice

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of course Josh Graham would step in to defend his own product lol. I find it funny how one of the "testimonies" on his site were "with CSP, it helped me win my local tournament!"

If you have to pay $100 for advice on how to win a locals you should play go-fish. This is the type of ads you see on the side of porno sites like "Men hate him! Find out secrets to a big dick!" The site even looks like one of those. If it's such good advice, why is it that people like Billy Brake or Jeff Jones or Patrick Hoban aren't doing things like this? I think that if he wants to prove that his system isn't bullshit, he needs to give it to one person for free. Turn a complete scrub into a YCS champion. If he can't do that, there's no way in hell that it's worth $100. 

 

And "lel keep paying ycs fees keep scrubbing out" doesn't make sense. If people like Patrick Hoban don't even always make top 8, there's no way that someone buying this system that knows less than Hoban is going to be able to do it. It seems to be phony, cheap talk to get someone to pay $100, still pay regular fees and still not consistently top. 

 

His advertising is strange too, and spells out "scam" in a bright, clear glitter text. If you had a legitimate service, you'd avoid spelling errors on your advertisement site. Also, think about it. The CSP guide more than likely suggests playing a deck with a high win ratio. That will cost about $200-$300, because you more than likely don't own one right now if you feel the need to buy this system. Next will probably include actually going to events as much as possible. $20 entry each time, plus x for however much it costs for you to get there. Combined with the $100, you're losing money. Had you not bought his shit, you'd be putting that toward your deck. It can't possibly tell you anything that isn't already public knowledge. How to win is simple: play a good deck, practice against popular decks to perfect your plays, and make sure your side deck covers your weaknesses. That's about it. There isn't much more, because Yugioh is not that complicated. There's probably useless stuff crammed in there like "how to stop cheating" so it makes it seem like you have much more. 

 

 

I'd call this a scam because the game has been around for almost 13 years now. Every tactic to play this game that does not include a specific deck has been discovered already. With that being said, this seems like a way to fool new players looking to compete out of $100. Nobody should have to pay for this. Unless it literally contains ways to top by cheating, the strategy to winning is already known and this cannot possibly contain anything new. More than likely, all the information is available from current "good" players like Robbie Kohl, Jeff Jones, etc. (Jeff Jones is cool as shit, he'll definitely get back to you with help if you ask.) All in all, nobody should be buying into this bullshit because it's simply a way to take advantage of people who don't know the game.

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the game has been around for almost 13 years now. Every tactic to play this game that does not include a specific deck has been discovered already.

go fuck yourself (even if the rest of your post was 100% correct)
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Joshua Graham
March 9
pretty sure geargia is the worst deck ive ever played in my entire life.
Joshua Graham its such garbage - there is no way around it that deck is horse shit
Joshua Graham geargia has no power plays that can change the game outside of a tour guide that takes setup

csp always ahead of metagame
conglaturation to all 7 "CSP GEARGIA" DUELISTS who made top 32 at YCS CHICAGO
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He should start out giving out free services and then as demand goes up slowly increase the price. Starting out with 100 dollars is BS because when you don't have a loyal following/credibility then its stupid to demand so much money. 

 

Its usually the people who have the history of making a success out of people who get to charge so much money. This guy might be good in yugioh but isn't good at business. 

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He should start out giving out free services and then as demand goes up slowly increase the price. Starting out with 100 dollars is BS because when you don't have a loyal following/credibility then its stupid to demand so much money. 

 

Its usually the people who have the history of making a success out of people who get to charge so much money. This guy might be good in yugioh but isn't good at business. 

he probably was thinking "I'll start off with 100 dollers to get people interested and then as demand goes up i'll reveal my real price of 2000 dollers"

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 I think that if he wants to prove that his system isn't bullshit, he needs to give it to one person for free.

 

the org review of it is that-a-way ------------------->

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Does that $5000 in a month include Shadow's $4000 collection?

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No idea why this was not in legendary threads yet, but it is now. This is why they pay me the big bucks, folks.

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