I'm the Best. You're a Towel.
It was a bold prediction, but so was leaving in Hydreigon against two faster Dragon-types despite the Haban Berry. Pure speculation here but I actually think I faced the guy who won on Wi-Fi earlier this year, or at least someone with a very similar team. One of the other two Pokémon that we didn't see was Metagross, so predicting a Metagross switch for Hydreigon right away wouldn't have been out of the ordinary. However, if I expected said player to have picked Metagross, I would have just targeted Rotom as more of a safer play anyway (especially with Sash Chomp and what I assume was Scarf Mence). But yeah, either way it was a disappointing final but I don't think we can judge players on one game.Is it just me, or is the player whose perspective theta we're seeing isn't exactly playing good, for example, he used earthquake when both of the opponents pokémon naturally are immune to it (t1 Rotom-W and Hydreigon) i'm not sure if they're playing on some kind of astronomicly high prediction level, but that is slightly weird or utterly crazy (or did the timer chose his moves as he had not chosen his attacks in time), Regardless, the winner played well and he probably deserved it.