Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve had the opportunity to sit down with Squall to talk to him about his performance at KIT on January 5th-7th,2018. He placed 5th in the Street Fighter 5 bracket.
Jamm: Alright first question, who did you play during bracket at KIT?
Squall: I played Necalli.
Jamm: Did you ever consider counter picking during any of your matches during your matches at KIT?
Squall: Not at all. Necalli was the only person I worked on. I purposely did this to remove the temptation on switching characters.
Jamm: How can you improve for your gameplay and utilize it for the next bracket you enter?
Squall: The biggest thing for me is working on anti airing. My neutral is pretty good so that’s the last part of my game I need to complete.
Jamm: Who was your toughest match during bracket at KIT?
Sqaull: My toughest match had to be Smug. Balrog is Necalli’s worst match up.
Jamm: Before you traveled to KIT, how much practice did you get?
Squall: Quite a bit. I practiced almost everyday and went to local tournaments.
Jamm: What is the next major you plan to attend?
Squall: I plan to attend final round next.
Jamm: Any advice for those people who might consider picking up Street Fighter V?
Squall: Practice noticing patterns and practice neutral before combos. Everything comes with good neutral.
Jamm: Where can your fans follow you? (twitter, twitch, etc.)
Jamm: Thank you for your time and see you next time.
Squall: Same to you
Until next time,
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