I gotta be honest with myself, I straight up played like an idiot. My choices in those games ended up being so rushed and greedy, and I didn't pay attention to some pretty basic fundamentals that I should've taken care of. I went for a different trainer card that I could've used to set up my board state better on game 3, and the moment I realized I could've picked that card, I knew I deserved to lose. No complaints, no luck excuses, I just played super bad. My mind's not in it.
Not to discredit my opponent at all, I didn't even think I knew what exactly to do against that deck anyway. GGs and good luck in the rest of the tournament.
Haha. I learned not to try and play a match after work on only 3 hours of sleep the night before - looking back I had games in hand but made some pretty severe misplays. Great learning experience regardless (I'm still a new player), and I'm happy with my deck pick for this tourney - my meta call was correct I believe this month and last month, just need to git gud
Thanks for the good games and being an awesome opponent. Hope we match up again in the future.