Hi, I'm a relatively new player that started in late Sep 18. Early on, I read posts on Virbank/HeyFonte/Reddit and watched YouTube posts of popular players to get a better understanding of the game. 5 months on, while I still do keep up to date with the meta shift, latest archetypes (and how to play them), and practice on PTCGO and IRL playtesting or league, I seem to have hit a plateau in my improvement at the game. Before coming into this game, I've read on the idea of deliberate practice; a special type of practice that is purposeful and systematic requireing focused attention and is conducted with the specific goal of improving performance. (James Clear has a good article on this on his blog, and Malcolm Gladwell also touched on this in his book Outliers). I previously posted a question on this on r/pkmntcg. I got the following advice: - Practise on PTCGO - Practise with a playtesting partner - keeping a mental decklist (i.e. what's prized, in deck or discard pile) - watching top players on YouTube and Twitch who talk through their plays and decision-making - watching replays of irl tourneys and benchmark personal play VS what the player played - Practising solitaire the first few turns of deck - Reading current cards Despite all this, while I still improve, it feels a bit inefficient and I'm looking to see if there's a better way for me to practice. Was wondering if anyone can share some of the best ways to practice? One way I've been thinking about recently is to record my ptcgo games and replay them to review each play I make. Still trying to get the software right for my computer though to do that.