I posted this question in the Adon forum, but that forum seems to be on its deathbed these days, so I figured I'd post it here to get more than one response. I've been watching some old GamerBee matches and came across this one against Sabin at Seasons Beatings. I hear Chris Hu and James Chen going on about how it's an "option select" but I don't see it. It doesn't seem like an option select to me (where you input a move right after your first input, so that if the first move whiffs, the second will come out, otherwise you can continue with your string - right?)
I'm pretty sure they're suggesting it happens around the 4:51 mark. I think they're suggesting that the whiffed njHK, which lead to crLP LP is an option select. Is it really? Immediately before, he did pretty the same move, but the njHK connected and he still did the crLP LP for a full combo.
Oh and immediately after that when the round is ending, James Chen is talking about a "safe jump roundhouse, uppercut". Correct me if I'm wrong, but I didn't see a safe jump set up at all, it just looked like GamerBee was just doing some a couple of njHK 'randomly'. Hmm... maybe two neutral jumps are actually safe?
Edit: Sorry for the double video post - this new forum isn't the best for editing your posts.
(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