I know I already made an "I'm excited" reply earlier, but I have to come back because this thread is what turned me toward Mr. Bitter's stream. Next I found his coaching VODs on blip and since then my play has improved so much, especially ZvZ. I used to have no idea what I was doing in that matchup, and since I watched the vod's I've improved my ZvZ from 33%ish to 7-0 over the last week or so.
Also, ZvP was a huge struggle with timing pushes from the toss, and I've got that covered now. Holding off the first 15 minutes is no problem. Dominating the late game is next on my list.
To say I'm excited for this is an understatement, and Mr. Bitter is doing some fantastic things for the SC2/TL Community with all of his hard work. Though I'm constantly tempted to call him Butters.
So, Thanks Mr. B! I hope to be able to contribute like you have, and continue to do, sometime in the future. I'd like to give back somehow :D. Also, thanks to Machine and InControl for all they do for us as well. Those guys are awesome.
Seriously everybody bring a notebook and pen, this is gonna be great stuff. I can feel it.
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Bedon292 United States. December 28 2010 13:16. Posts 5
It is so great to listen to a stream that does not have some teenager talking but somebody with a decent mature voice.
Idra: good sir, you appear to be somewhat lacking in intelligence. please refrain from posting until this is remedied, since it renders your opinions slightly less than correct and has a tendency to irritate more informed forum-goers.
ProtossGirl England. December 29 2010 08:03. Posts 123
After being a little bit out of touch with the game for a couple months because of school and stuff, watching the streams/vods of your coaching sessions with iNcontroL and Machine has really gotten me back up to shape and playing probably better then I ever had before! Thanks for doing such a great service for the community (including yourself ), and also thanks to the guys at Gosucoaching for allowing this to happen! It's really cool of them to let MrBitter stream his lessons.
Keep up the awesome streams MrBitter, and also the awesome coaching iNcontrol and Machine! (and Ret soon enough too)
Etrnity United States. December 29 2010 19:23. Posts 88
On December 29 2010 12:48 TheGiftedApe wrote: wait this is only for zerg?!?!?!?? ......Or will this change next week? otherwise topic title is very misleading...
Only for Zerg. If you don't play Zerg, tuning in is actually strictly forbidden.
For those of you who can't take a joke, he's not serious about the forbidden. I recommend tuning in, there's always stuff that can help you regardless of race and it's always great to get a clue on what your opponents are doing. =p