Can you guys give me some advice/tips on how to set up an ambiguous cross-up off a back throw (and more if you have it!)? I've seen GamerBee (to name one), take a small step back, sometimes I've seen a normal thrown in too, before he goes for the set up. I've tried to do this myself, but the opponent guesses right 90% of the time, lol. Maybe - no, obviously I'm not doing it right and it's WAY too obvious.
I have experimented a little and the only 'consistent' set up I have come up with is:
Back throw > crLP > jfMK - crosses up
Back throw > crMP > jfMK - does not cross up
Now, this is great in that it seems to work perfectly everytime (very limited testing so far though), BUT and this is a big but, if the opponent knows what to look for/reads this post (lol)/is observant, then what I'm going to do next is a clear as day. So, any tips? Or am I just overthinking this?
(Talking about Daigo) "i dont see how someone who is good at SF gets to be a celebrity because i bet theres plenty of people that would beat him that dont go to tournaments, and is he good at the megadrive version or the newer releases for ps3 and 360" - Comment by SpoilerAlert, Kotaku
23 Aug 2011 3:32 AM