Okay First match.
I don’t know much about eagle, geese match up but eagle should have rc lariated some of those jump ins or even crouch fierced them. Eagle basically just got rushed the fuck down and not even very good rush down because the geese player has to resort to jumping to close the gap because of playing c-geese. The geese jumps wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too much and never gets anti-aired. The sagat, geese, sagat should have been way more patient and taken advantage of trapping geese in the corner instead of going for random super and why the hell the geese palyer decided to risk his meter like that is beyond me. Your sagat missed many important hit confirmable combo oppurtunities like low short stand jab. You also don’t know how to play footsie games very well at all. Your basics just aren’t very strong, which comes out evne more in the Blanka match. Geese jumps all the time, blanka lets him. And at the end, why does blanka alpha counter? that combo geese trys on you is not safe on block against blanka, with super at all. This match shows some understanding of the geese player on combos but none of the basic street fighter concepts like zoning, footsies, baiting, anti-airing, meter management, and especially patience!
watching second match now will post up in this post when I finish watching.
Eagle is doing alot better poking and zoning, does some nice stuff, misses some combos and goes for a hella random super… Other than that the rest of the match blew. Same bad stuff with sagat, no concept of zoning, It doesn’t look like either of you know how to play him very well. The Blanka had some good stuff and alot of bad stuff, actually trying to chip with electricity was good, but you still don’t know your pokes very well or apparently how to use the kick super, you can hold it at the bottom for extra hits and more damage also why did you go for cr.sh, cr.jab, xx ball? That combo is a 1 frame link, go for the easier standing jab. Yamazaki actually played all right, was keeping sagat out well, and poking with the obvious rh, watch out about getting predictable though otherwise you may get rolled in on during one of those standing rh and when sagat gets in on yama it can be hard for yama to get him off. OH and why did you alpha counter blanka’s jump in and not just super? I assume you just couldn’t react in time but I still don’t get the alpha counter. Though alpha countering the elec was definetly a smart move.
I’ll watch the third and then edit this again.
Last match lots of the same problems, your basics aren’t that great, you do stuff you’ve seen in matches but you don’t have a good feel for basics. Tempo, seemed more competent with a-groove than the other teams that he played but also very robotic as mentioned earlier, just x-copying a-groove a-are match vids. K-player was good at jding but needs to work on actually concepts of the game. NO RANDOM FULL SCREEN SUPERS!
okay thats all from me.