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Game Vision and what it affects [en]

Posted on: 6 April, 2008

ADM-Nino Muniz:
Game Vision is IMO very important, it’s just that its effects are not noticeable in “short” game analysis. It has however an impact, and vast portions of what a player can do in the game are affected by the GV skill.

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Hmm… you’re wrong on that one mate. GV does play a role on deciding who to pass to.

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