Some great free yugioh card tips:
Start of any duel: if going first,set the monster f/d to keep your opponent guessing. If second, then summon a strong monster like a 1900. or s tart with a 1 f/d mon and 3 s/t/ fd so opponent won't attack
If you want to have alot of power for easy cards, use a field card and play weak monsters to power them up
If constructing a new deck and you run out of cards, don't just any card in. Either make it a playable deck, or don't make one at all.
Make most traps deadly like mirror force, not like a negate (that's just a warning card, saying"back off")
Basic Dueling Tips:
- Include the staple cards such as: monster reborn, hfd, heavy storm, mst, nobleman of crossout, premature burial, call of the haunted, ring of destruction, mirror force, imperial order/ magic stoppers, damage stoppers like waboku, snatch steal, change of heart, spirit reaper, tribe infecting virus, pot of greed, graceful charity, ceasefire, etc...
- Keep your deck to a theme such as: chaos, warrior, ftk, toon, beatdown, annoyance, deckout, hand destruction, burn, exodia, zombie, etc....
- Show no emotion. When you show emotion your opponent knows what you got.
- Don't wear glasses. Your opponent can see the reflection of your hand in your glasses.
- Avoid using up your hand. Try to have 1 or 2 cards in your hand.
- Don't expend your good cards early, they can be more useful later, such as using mind control ( the card is soooo good its ridiculous)
- Keep your deck down to a max cards of 45.
- Keep a good ratio of monsters, magics, and traps.
- Use card protectors.
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