Roland Garros (Official Topic)

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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 22:11

I have a suggestion, there should be a rule about changing stats, I think it would be good if you could change stats after every set if you wanted in tournament matches. I think that would make it more fair, it would be like changing tactics in real life. It's kind of annoying that you are stuck with the stats you have from the start, and you notice they are completely unsuitable, and you struggle so much because of that. So I suggest, after every set, 1 time you can change, and then have to play the set with those stats. And it shouldn't take too long for you to change them. lol
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby K Z » 07 Jun 2009, 22:18

I thought many times the same thing , I agree that it would be good but only after every set , Not in the middle .
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 07 Jun 2009, 22:22

S.Williamz wrote:I have a suggestion, there should be a rule about changing stats, I think it would be good if you could change stats after every set if you wanted in tournament matches. I think that would make it more fair, it would be like changing tactics in real life. It's kind of annoying that you are stuck with the stats you have from the start, and you notice they are completely unsuitable, and you struggle so much because of that. So I suggest, after every set, 1 time you can change, and then have to play the set with those stats. And it shouldn't take too long for you to change them. lol


S. WILLIAMZ SORRY BUT THIS IS A BAD IDEA, a player must adapt to the style of play of another player STATISTICS TO CHANGE YOUR GAME IS CHANGING, IF THIS IS APPROVED WILL lead to many misunderstandings and discord,,, , definitely a bad idea :thinking:
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby Togtdyalttai » 07 Jun 2009, 22:27

I have to say I don't like the idea. It makes it too confusing, and you can still change your game (albeit not as drastically) without changing your stats. In real life, players may change tactics during a match, but they can't change their skills. That's what changing stats would be like. I've even thought before that we shouldn't be allowed to change stats in the middle of a tournament, but that might be going a bit too far.
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 22:28

jhon-dim wrote:
S. WILLIAMZ SORRY BUT THIS IS A BAD IDEA, a player must adapt to the style of play of another player STATISTICS TO CHANGE YOUR GAME IS CHANGING, IF THIS IS APPROVED WILL lead to many misunderstandings and discord,,, , definitely a bad idea :thinking:


What kind of misunderstanding will it lead to...if there's strict rule about one change after each set, there should not be any problems...if your new stats don't work any better, then boo hoo. Atleast you got a chance.
In real life you adapt, but this is a computer game and the same rules don't apply.
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby Callan09 » 07 Jun 2009, 22:32

Oohhh someones in a huff after losin to 2 people they can easily beat... :roll:
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 07 Jun 2009, 22:38

S. WIILIAMZ THE THAT SAY TOG IS TRUE, YOU CAN CHANGE YOU TACTICS OF GAME BUT NOT YOUR SKILLS, IF YOU DO IT YOU ARE PLAYING WITH OTHER PLAYER,,, IT IS LOGICAL :thinking:
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 22:41

I've been playing this game for quite long and many times have I've been blown off the court, or my opponent has had a huge advantage. At one point it was one-handed backhand, or short frame, or high service precision, lot's of topspin, defender style etc. In Te2009 that kind of strangeness happens a lot, in weeks or days your opponent can become hugely stronger than you. Usually they are not willing to share their secret or they don't know why they are so strong. So you have to do a lot of detective work all the time to keep up. How many times would I have lost in tournaments if I hadn't done that work. It gets tiresome to do it because new updates come all the time that change things and players find new stuff lol. So unless you are really aware of stuff you might enter a tournament match completely inferior to your opponent. So to avoid that or atleast give a chance to eliminate this kind of thing that in my opinion is a very not fun aspect of this game, there should be a chance to change stats.
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby jhon-dim » 07 Jun 2009, 22:44

S.Williamz wrote:I've been playing this game for quite long and many times have I've been blown off the court, or my opponent has had a huge advantage. At one point it was one-handed backhand, or short frame, or high service precision, lot's of topspin, defender style etc. In Te2009 that kind of strangeness happens a lot, in weeks or days your opponent can become hugely stronger than you. Usually they are not willing to share their secret or they don't know why they are so strong. So you have to do a lot of detective work all the time to keep up. How many times would I have lost in tournaments if I hadn't done that work. It gets tiresome to do it because new updates come all the time that change things and players find new stuff lol. So unless you are really aware of stuff you might enter a tournament match completely inferior to your opponent. So to avoid that or atleast give a chance to eliminate this kind of thing that in my opinion is a very not fun aspect of this game, there should be a chance to change stats.


S. WIILIAMZ THE THAT SAY TOG IS TRUE, YOU CAN CHANGE YOU TACTICS OF GAME BUT NOT YOUR SKILLS, IF YOU DO IT YOU ARE PLAYING WITH OTHER PLAYER,,, IT IS LOGICAL
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 22:46

Callan09 wrote:Oohhh someones in a huff after losin to 2 people they can easily beat... :roll:


Yes, I'm in a huff, cuz the match was so incredibly lame. Like please. I would have much rather lost without all that lameness. lol
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 22:50

jhon-dim wrote:
S. WIILIAMZ THE THAT SAY TOG IS TRUE, YOU CAN CHANGE YOU TACTICS OF GAME BUT NOT YOUR SKILLS, IF YOU DO IT YOU ARE PLAYING WITH OTHER PLAYER,,, IT IS LOGICAL


We just have to agree to disagree...this has actually been a concern of mine for a while now.
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby S.Williamz » 07 Jun 2009, 23:30

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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby manutoo » 08 Jun 2009, 06:41

Togtdyalttai wrote:Then it got weird. After the second set, he asked me if he could change his height. I had mine at like 175 or thereabouts, while his was at 155. He said it was a huge advantage, which I guess it was.

So now, the little acceleration bonus for small players isn't big enough to make it fair for them against taller players ..? :thinking:
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby adner » 08 Jun 2009, 06:57

manutoo wrote:So now, the little acceleration bonus for small players isn't big enough to make it fair for them against taller players ..? :thinking:


Do you want to see a band of midgets playing? Running speed is lowered, so I guess its fine now.
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Re: Roland Garros (Official Topic)

Postby Togtdyalttai » 08 Jun 2009, 07:03

I was being a bit sarcastic in that post, Manu. I really don't think it's a huge deal. The topspin probably mattered a lot more.
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