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kiss_utama
1 month ago#21
GNS1991 posted...
You only need to win two rounds out of three to win at Gwent.
this is the misconception of gwent. In gwent the first one who has his gems break twice loses.
So instead of win 2 rounds, you actually need your opponent to lose twice. Maybe it sounds like the same thing but it isn't.

If 1st round ends with a draw/tie, both players will break their gem each, so actually both players lose.
So 2nd round is a sudden death, whoever wins 2nd round will win the game.
In this scenario, if you win the 2nd round then you lose 1 and win 1, but what makes you win the game is not that you win twice but the opponent loses twice.

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PlayTheGnome
1 month ago#22
Thanks for the Gwent tips. I have been avoiding all showdowns out and about but maybe I'll try again.
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