Day[9]TV Dailies

  • Day[9] Daily #475 – Warp Prism PvT style!

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    In this daily, we're going look at something I talk about all the time: finding problems and asking questions! So, in this daily, we're going to be examining some questions Protoss buddies have in PvT, more specifically:
  • Day[9] Daily #460 – LiquidRet choose your own adventure!

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    In this episode, Day[9] discusses how to work on a build and develop the key plays therein. He also looks at the ‘ugh’ time of the game in which there is no clear indication who is ahead and how to ...
  • Day[9] Daily #456 – dSeleCT vs vileState

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    In this episode, Day[9] discusses how to work on a build and develop the key plays therein. He also looks at the ‘ugh’ time of the game in which there is no clear indication who is ahead and how to ...
  • Day[9] Daily #442 – Newbie Tuesday: Zerg Builds Made Easy

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    Last week, we discussed the notion of simplifying general build orders! As expected, the masses of Zerg buddies leapt to concern! “What about our precious race,” they cried!
  • Day[9] Daily #438 – Build Orders Made Easy: Newbie Tuesday

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    Build orders can be very hard to follow and can make it difficult to learn a certain style of play. To cope, Day[9] teaches how to simplify build orders by creating groups that ca be used to eliminate any issues ...
  • Day[9] Daily #426 – Newbie Tuesday: 10 games worth of Adjustments

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    Day[9] discusses the concept of adjustments, where he explains how to tweak small parts of your play to improve over time. He demonstrates this by reviewing a player who played 10 games in a row, while making small adjustments each ...
  • Day[9] Daily #419 – Newbie Tuesday: Fixing 1 Problem at a Time

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    Day[9] introduces the concept of adjusting your play one thing at a time to improve. He takes a look at five pro games and decides from each game one problem that should be fixed.
  • Day[9] Daily #415 – Stopping Mutalisks in PvZ

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    Day[9] analyzes how to react to a Zerg player who goes for a counter attack style. Most of the time, Protoss players do not understand how to position an army to stop Muta harass. He also focuses on helping Zerg ...
  • Day[9] Daily #391 – TvZ Answering Your Own Questions: Mech Example

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    In today’s Daily, we’re going to explore the concept of asking yourself questions and answering them. By watching a ton of MLG/NASL/Dreamhack/GSL games, you may get used to having a ton of information: what both players are doing, where they ...
  • Day[9] Daily #375 – TvZ: Dealing with Zerg Aggression

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    This Daily begins by continuing a previous episode in which Day[9] analyzes Dimaga’s mutalisk heavy play. This episode features a game between SeleCT and Dimage in which the Zerg player’s Mutalisks force the Terran player to remain passive until he ...
  • Day[9] Daily #367 – NesTea's ZvT

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    Day[9] discusses NesTea’s economy-focused combination of heavy droning and careful map awareness in combination with early Zerglings. Day[9] emphasizes NesTea’s goal of taking no damage rather than attempting to deal damage to his opponent.
  • Day[9] Daily #366 – Naniwa's PvZ Style

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    In this Daily, Day[9] focuses on Naniwa’s well-rounded 4-gate robo opening that allows him to take a safe third base against Zerg behind early aggression. Day[9] also highlights viewer attempts to imitate MVP’s play discussed in the previous episode.
  • Day[9] Daily #365 – Becoming MVP

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    Day[9] focuses on MVP’s incredibly effective non-committal aggression with a Marine-Tank composition. He notes that by being efficient with your units, you are able to conserve and ideally never need to rebuild your army.
  • Day[9] Daily #360 – Mental Checklist: Exercises

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    In this Newbie Tuesday, Day[9] focuses on one of the most important concepts for a player: his or her mental checklist of tasks that must be repeatedly completed throughout a game. To provide an example, Day[9] demonstrates exercises throughout the ...
  • Day[9] Daily #352 – Newbie Tuesday: Timing Attacks!

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    [NO THUMBNAIL] Day[9] explains how to effectively plan a build that is designed to execute a timing attack at the 10-12 minute mark while at the same time preparing for the later stages of the game once the attack is ...
  • Day[9] Daily #345 – Queen Inject Timing

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    Day[9] discusses the importance of meticulously working on and fixing one aspect of gameplay at a time while learning. Specifically, Day[9] focuses on Queen inject timing, tackling the problems one might encounter when learning in this fashion and suggesting ways ...
  • DAY[9] Daily #342 – Ask Me Anything! (Audience Questions)

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    In this comedic episode, Day[9] focuses on getting to know Sean "Day[9]" Plott not only as Day[9] but also as the person he is "behind the scenes." This Daily is organized in an "Ask Me Anything" style, where questions are ...
  • Day[9] Daily #341 – Newbie Tuesday: Reprioritizing Your To Do List

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    An extension of the previous Daily, Day[9] goes through several fan-submitted replays and uses them to illustrate how to prioritize various problems in play. He additionally describes how prioritization should affect your gameplay and discusses the "curse of winning."
  • Day[9] Daily #340 – Newbie Tuesday: Gold Level Analysis

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    In this episode, Day[9] focuses on the major issue of Gold league play: multitasking. He teaches how to prioritize tasks and how to seek out problems to make a top priority for improvement. While the focus is on Gold players, ...
  • Day[9] Daily #319 – Terran Week: TvZ – Less is More

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    [NO THUMBNAIL] Many are attracted to the luster of a quirky, new, or unusual play style, but in this episode, Day[9] reveals how a very standard build can be just as effective in the TvZ matchup! Also, Day[9] announces the ...
  • MTG: Arena - Standard

    Monoblack has been looking awfully interesting lately! In particular, throw in a chromatic lantern and you can splash for Niv Mizzet and other OP non black cards :P

  • MTG: Arena - Standard

    Lets play some of my favorite decks o' the year!