Any advice for making World Series?

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Obviously winning games would be good. But how do you go about doing that?

I feel like I get going pretty good, set a new record high, then lose a bunch of games in a row. I'll take a few days off, slowly start building up my score, set a new record high, then lose a bunch of games in a row. The highest I've gotten is 786.

Any advice on how to break through?

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Two ways to make WS. One be good at the game and win most of your games and make it easily. Two play a lot, you can make WS with a losing record on the season with a win streak, or a .500 record But play 80-100 games or more. If making WS is your goal keep playing and gain the online playing experience and get better every season. Also keep your search bar small or to the left so you’re gaining the most points for a win and not playing down to far.

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@MHHW33 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

Two ways to make WS. One be good at the game and win most of your games and make it easily. Two play a lot, you can make WS with a losing record on the season with a win streak, or a .500 record But play 80-100 games or more. If making WS is your goal keep playing and gain the online playing experience and get better every season. Also keep your search bar small or to the left so you’re gaining the most points for a win and not playing down to far.

Any advice for how to get on a streak like that? Like early this morning I got up to 786 just playing and winning a couple games a day. Then I tried to grind out some games this afternoon and all of a sudden I'd lost 7 in a row and fell back to low 600.

Again, it obviously comes down to scoring more runs than the opponent, but is there some sort of strategy to when you play, how many games you play in a day, that sort of thing?

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I've made WS every season and my suggestion is if you lose about 2 games in a row, just step away from the game. Don't just throw away games on days where you're playing poorly. That also goes for games that you happen to win where you know you didn't play well. Don't jump into the next one right away since you will likely lose it

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My advice is to keep
It to 1-2 and not more than 3 RS games in a sitting. The 9 inning grind is mentally fatiguing especially the higher you get. After a game don’t hop into another one right away. Go accomplish a few challenges. Allow your mind to relax. Change up the monotony. Last but not least get a pair of blue light blocking gaming glasses. Blue light causes eye strain especially on gaming monitors and is harmful to your retina if you play long enough. You’ll notice an almost immediate difference in how your head feels once you start using those glasses. Other than that have fun and don’t put too much pressure on yourself. After all it is just a game

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Play Extra innings. It helps you practice against DD cards you'll see in game

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Never play more than 2 games in a sitting. If you lose your first one in a bad fashion, just quit. I also review the box score of my last game before every game I play to think about how I should improve my approach. Don’t make big lineup changes. Know your pen and subs and anticipate those moves before they happen. And lastly, take pitches.

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Take a lot of pitches once you get to championship

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I hover around 800 usually but make WS once or twice each year. Just gotta stay focused once you reach the high 700s and take some breaks in between games

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I’d reiterate what a lot of people said about not playing too many games in one sitting. What I typically do is I’ll hop into a BR or event game first. If I’m squaring up the ball, regardless of results, I know I’m seeing the ball well so I will go into RS. If I’m popping up a bunch, essentially the good/okay curse I’ll stick to grinding in events or anything not of consequence.

Short answer is know your strengths and weaknesses and ability to recognize them on a given day.

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Lots of coffee , focus , don’t bite more than you can chew in one day . I wouldn’t play lots of games in one day unless you on a row sometimes you feeling it others you don’t and are barely winning games by 1-2 points, the times you don’t Rank can be hell . Lower difficulty you can hit everything and be aggressive (middle school )higher difficulty you got to be patient and more savvy take pitches Think (College) . You can make WS without being a god at the game just got to play lots of games .

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I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

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@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

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@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

Every time I post something someone always has something to say about it, why? Is there something wrong with me?

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@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

He is also allowed to comment on every thread. He wants to help people or answer their questions, and he is allowed to. @olivegarden2 No, people just get mad at dumb things. You are fine.

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@jz2016cubs said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

He is also allowed to comment on every thread. He wants to help people or answer their questions, and he is allowed to. @olivegarden2 No, people just get mad at dumb things. You are fine.

Exactly! Thanks!

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@jz2016cubs said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

He is also allowed to comment on every thread. He wants to help people or answer their questions, and he is allowed to. @olivegarden2 No, people just get mad at dumb things. You are fine.

This is a thread asking for help in making WS. This is his response: “I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim.”

How is that helpful or pertaining to the post at all? He wasn’t helping or answering a question and he wasn’t asking for help himself.

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@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@jz2016cubs said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@bhall09 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

@olivegarden2 said in Any advice for making World Series?:

I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim

You know you’re not required to comment on every thread here, right? You can simply read and move on to the next one or skip if it doesn't pertain to you.

He is also allowed to comment on every thread. He wants to help people or answer their questions, and he is allowed to. @olivegarden2 No, people just get mad at dumb things. You are fine.

This is a thread asking for help in making WS. This is his response: “I’d rather play BR and try to go 12-0...My best run is 8 wins so the chances of me winning 12 are very slim.”

How is that helpful or pertaining to the post at all? He wasn’t helping or answering a question and he wasn’t asking for help himself.

Then go tell everyone that comments off topic to not. I don’t see you telling anyone else what to do around here

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Yes, playing a lot of games can help, but don't play too many in a row. After every 1 or 2 games, I get up and give my eyes a break for a few minutes before jumping back into another RS game. If you struggle big time in one of those games, play a different mode for a bit. I feel like there are some days where I can't do anything right. Also, before you play your first game of the day, take some swings in practice mode.

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Mix your lineup up more and play on legend in extra innings. Get to know what cards you play best with.