Questions about plinking and double tapping


#1

Hello, I have started playing with an arcade stick 2-3 weeks ago and started to learn juri. I can execute all combos WITHOUT plinking and double tapping. Then i started to learn plinking and double tapping yesterday. So far I am not accomplishing anything. I have been in training mode for a long time and I can not execute anything perfectly. I can get the plinking down(ryu medium) and the double tapping down(sagat fake) but when I try to implement then to every time to juri I combo, I mess up and drop the combo. Do you think I should just stick with not plinking and double tapping or learn it? And any tips? It feels like it is a lot more work and it messed me up a lot when I tried vs a cpu. Especially the light kick plink. Also, are juri pinwheel and divekick worth double tapping? It seems like after I plink cr.mk I cant double tap mk. I can plink and double tap perfectly fine with e.ryu of his main bnb but its just juri I can’t do anything…
If anyone can give me tips I would appreciate .
Thanks


#2

ALso for example, I am trying to do cr.lk, s.lp, cr.mk. When I do it my mk comes out to a lk sometimes. And also on the input, it shows my inputs perfectly fine. But it happens occasionally. Do you know what am I doing wrong?


#3

Practice doing the combo over and over and over again without p-linking until you get the timing down like it’s muscle memory. Now plinking just adds a layer to that execution. Since plinking gives you one extra frame leniency to hit your combo, you are essentially doubling your chances to hit the link. You practicing the combo without p-linking will help because even if you miss it by a frame, the plink will help you out on the front end or the back end of the timing. And even if you miss you plink by inputting it incorrectly by accident, you will most likely still get the timing down since you know the timing to hit it anyway.

If your mk comes out to a lk sometimes, then that means you are missing input for the plink.
You want to have it where the inputs will show up as

(lk)(mk)
(mk)

When you in training room.

if it shows up like

(lk)
(mk)

Then the lk will come out because the mk isn’t taking priority of the lk which is essential for plinking to work on the first place.

(1)First practice to make sure you get your plink down really really good where you almost never miss it.

(2)Then practice doing the combo over and over again without plinking to get the timing down to a t.

(3)Then practice the same combo with plinking and you will see how much more consistent you are with the combo since plinking it makes one frame links so much easier

Also reference this video if you are still having trouble.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfP3oj_8oXM


#4

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Practice doing the combo over and over and over again without p-linking until you get the timing down like it’s muscle memory. Now plinking just adds a layer to that execution. Since plinking gives you one extra frame leniency to hit your combo, you are essentially doubling your chances to hit the link. You practicing the combo without p-linking will help because even if you miss it by a frame, the plink will help you out on the front end or the back end of the timing. And even if you miss you plink by inputting it incorrectly by accident, you will most likely still get the timing down since you know the timing to hit it anyway.

If your mk comes out to a lk sometimes, then that means you are missing input for the plink.
You want to have it where the inputs will show up as

(lk)(mk)
(mk)

When you in training room.

if it shows up like

(lk)
(mk)

Then the lk will come out because the mk isn’t taking priority of the lk which is essential for plinking to work on the first place.

(1)First practice to make sure you get your plink down really really good where you almost never miss it.

(2)Then practice doing the combo over and over again without plinking to get the timing down to a t.

(3)Then practice the same combo with plinking and you will see how much more consistent you are with the combo since plinking it makes one frame links so much easier

Also reference this video if you are still having trouble.

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I know, I have already watched that video. My plinks are constant, I can do ryu double plink combos like its nothing but when I try juri, I fail. And it did come out like
(lk)(mk)
(mk)
But it sometimes gives me lk for some reason. I guess I will have to try to practice even longer. Thanks though


#5

you’re inputting the combo too fast and getting a chained lk instead of an mk. It happens to me with cammy’s lk lp mp link sometimes, just do it slower and it should work.