Day[9]TV Dailies

  • Day[9] Daily #318 – Funday Monday SC2BW

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    [NO THUMBNAIL] In this Funday Monday, Day[9] casts replays of viewers playing the StarCraft Broodwar custom game in StarCraft 2. Part 1
  • Day[9] Daily #45 – Flying vs Effort @ Heartbreak Ridge

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    Day[9] looks at the importance of waiting for the right time to get Mutalisks rather than the fastest time. He looks at how the Mutalisks force a reaction from the Protoss while taking back map control from the Corsairs. He ...
  • Day[9] Daily #32 – Stork vs Flash @ Heartbreak Ridge

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    Day[9] explores the effects of a gas steal versus Terran and how it delays any mech push/harass, allowing for Protoss to take an additional base. Once Flash moves out with his two-base timing push, the focus of discussion shifts to ...
  • Day[9] Daily #31 – Ret vs A+ Korean @ Heartbreak Ridge

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    Day[9] begins by looking at the importance of cutting corners in a Terran build - getting turrets as late as possible - in order to get other buildings up faster. The focus then broadens to a more relative approach to ...
  • Day[9] Daily #29 – Two Action ZvZ

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    Day[9] looks at two games by Action. In the first, he explains the concept of only focusing on early defense to get Mutalisks as quickly as possible. The second game is a totally different style where Day[9] explores the importance ...
  • Day[9] Daily #23 – Upmagic vs Ggaemo @ Heartbreak Ridge

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    Day[9] takes a look at some unorthodox TvZ mech play based on map control and slow pushing. Part 1
  • Day[9] Daily #22 – Light vs Rarity @ Heartbreak Ridge

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    Day[9] discusses high-level TvZ between Light and Rarity. He also examines the advantages and challenges of opening 2hatch Mutalisks against the Marine-heavy mid-game of Light, as well as how to make the transition into Guardians/Lurkers.
  • Day[9] Daily #8 – Luxury vs Geumchi

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    Day[9] focuses on what happens when you lose patience and try to force your way into a win. In this Daily he goes over an excellent example of how you can lose a game when trying to force a win.
  • Day[9] Daily #1 – Flash vs Hero TvZ

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    The very first Day[9] Daily! Day[9] focuses on Terran mid game aggression forcing Zerg to be out of position. Terran's aggressive push also forces Zerg to be out of his base and at home defending.