how strong is really Yukimura at the final vs Ryoma he wasn't at his 100 % and in this camp he was on 6th court he beat a 1st stinger #11, is he good enough to be on the top 5 of all japan?
Last edited by Hardy; October 04, 2012 at 10:13 PM.
TnK Changes the world for anyone.
Remember Ryoma getting the crap beaten out of him by Yuki? TnK reversed the ass-kicking.
Honestly, Yukimura is the 3rd/4th Strongest Japanese MSer.
Ryoma and Tezuka are definetes.
Since I expect Ryoma to get TnK back.
Sanada is possible, since although it was just one point, it was a beast point.
But at the same time, Yukimura showed a more serious expression after that point, so using what we have from the manga we cannot confirm who is stronger of the two anymore.
But 2 definetes and one possibility.
Nobody else can touch Sanada/Yuki out of the MSers besides Tezuka or Ryoma though.
Yukimura's new Yips means that instead of going blind due to fear, you go blind while your in your normal mindstate. You don't realize you are losing anymore.
Fuwa was happy and arrogant and all.
So you can no longer break out of Yips since you don't feel like your being pressured by anything.
Unless you have an Aura, or 10ball return, I see no reason why the Yips won't reach you.
Since you no longer need to be necessary losing or being pushed into a corner to be Yipped by him.
Last edited by Airgrimes; October 06, 2012 at 12:15 PM.
its hard to say, did ryoma slow his shots down on purpose so yuki could play and it not be one sided? or did he slow it down so the refs wouldnt have to be confused all the time.
yuki is good that he was able to return ryoma's samurai drive and started to see the ball better and
be a person who cant return the ball.
who cares about Ryoma lmaoo he's there cause he' sthe main character lets get a match Tezuka vs Yukimura and also reveal the history between the two, when first year Tezuka slapped Sanada and then Yukimura played him 1on1, I want to know who won that match? seems like Yukimura lmaoo.
Easy win for Tezuka since I don't think the MSers have closed the gap on what that crazy boost TnK provides.
All of this losing makes you better talk just makes me even more excited for Fuji's match (Any year now...)