Roy Tang

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Apr 2016

I understand the theory behind it, and will try these things to practice my own meaty setups, but one of my concerns right now when playing ranked (I'm only in Super Bronze so I'm not particularly good) is that against higher-ranked players, I often find myself helpless on waking up because of meaty attacks in particular. So I'm a bit more interested in what one can do when the opponent knows these setups inside and out. Do I just try to predict whether he is going for the meaty and block then punish?

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If it's a meaty attack, does that mean any wakeup by the opponent will get snuffed? The opponent must block to avoid getting hit (leaving himself open to a throw)?

Also, some of these setups are different depending on whether the opponent quick rises or not. Will I be able to tell ahead of time if he is quick rising, or I need to decide which setup to use on reaction (i.e. if I see him rising quickly, I switch to the quick rise setup)?

Sorry if noob questions!

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