FOOTSIES HANDBOOK PDF

The ultimate goal is to control the flow of the match, bait the opponent into committing errors, and punish everything. When i first found the tournament scene back in CvS days, i remember it took me a very long time to understand what players like Valle and Choi were doing on the ground to control the match. Hopefully these articles will help change that perception, because anyone who wants to compete at tournament level absolutely needs to know this stuff. Each installment covers three or four specific tactics which you can integrate into your gameplan to achieve practical results.

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When i first found the tournament scene back in CvS1 days, i remember it took me a very long time to understand what people like Valle and Choi were doing on the ground to control the match. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by SoCal footsies when i was learning. If you want to compete at tournament level, you absolutely need to know this stuff.

If you already know what the term means, feel free to skip that one and get right down to practical applications. Each of these articles covers three or four specific tactics which you can integrate into your gameplan to make it a little more solid:.

I hope you guys find them useful and thanks for reading. Wow I wish work was over so I could read these! Already recommended for an article though… god like post dude, just god like. Wow this is very helpful, thanks a lot. Excellent read. I was about to go to sleep last night and I was up all night reading this. It definitely helps me understand the different psychological fundamentals of SF, which I find applicable in just about any SF games.

Thank you very much Maj! This is very helpful! I read this the other day. Most of the random people at the Magfest game convention I went to could have used this. This just made me want to play SFIV again…lol.

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When i first found the tournament scene back in CvS1 days, i remember it took me a very long time to understand what people like Valle and Choi were doing on the ground to control the match. I was lucky enough to be surrounded by SoCal footsies when i was learning. If you want to compete at tournament level, you absolutely need to know this stuff. If you already know what the term means, feel free to skip that one and get right down to practical applications. Each of these articles covers three or four specific tactics which you can integrate into your gameplan to make it a little more solid:. I hope you guys find them useful and thanks for reading.

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Footsies is an archaic term for the primarily grounded component of the neutral game, played at mid-range, especially in Street Fighter styled fighting games. It tends to revolve around moving back and forth, and poking each other, usually with low cancellable normals hence footsies, since characters tend to attack with crouching kicks. Sonic Hurricane has an advanced guide to a large number of specific footsie scenarios that can help make playing this component of the game more concrete. JuiceboxFGC also has a good guide to footsies that primarily focuses on whiff punishment. These rules create the basis for the footsies game. Not all games necessarily follow these rules, because they might have additional mechanics that make the mid-screen neutral game different or make it occur less frequently. This tends to create a flow of the game where people move back and forth, to get into a position where their pokes will work and their opponent's will not, and to deny their opponent the same.

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