The tournament is over, the laurels handed out, the victors taken their prizes- but the work of the competitive player has only just begun. In the aftermath of a tournament, there's always a million questions to ask and a million things to improve, but how does one go about doing so in an organized and effective fashion? In this episode, we look at ways to better analyze your performance and the questions you want to be asking yourself, whether you won or lost.
How do you know if your losses were because of bad play or problems in your list? What sort of tools can you bring to put a closer eye to your games and get an accurate sense of what happened during them? How can you correct your mistakes, and how can you avoid making similar ones at future events? Where is the meta going, and is your list prepared to handle that new version? We talk about all of these subjects and more in this new retrospective as the hosts talk about how to win the game that happens after the game.