Hardest Area To Play

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  1. feralitar00

    feralitar00 New Member

    Hi,
    I live in the southest regin of the US and from what I have heard and played in that this area is one of the hardest areas to play in. I know there are other hard areas to play in I just want to know what you peaople think is the hardest in the US.
    THANKS, FERALITAR00
     
  2. homeofmew

    homeofmew Active Member

    Hardest areas to play in IMO

    1 California
    2 Florida
    3 Texas
    4 New Jersey/New York
    5 Missouri
     
  3. secretsof2113

    secretsof2113 Moderator Trader Feedback Mod

    People refuse to give Ohio any of the credit that it deserves. We have a lot of really good players in the state. I'd love to see some people try and make it in the great lakes region...and drown.
     
  4. feralitar00

    feralitar00 New Member

    thanks for your replay so quick those are some of the ares I was thinking of any one else
     
  5. Ardoptres

    Ardoptres New Member

    DENMARK ;D

    jk (or?)


    lol
     
  6. Mew

    Mew New Member

    1 Midwest (Ohio to Missouri, and up to Iowa)
    2 California (I guess you could include Oregon and Washington in this).
    3 Florida (GA, and the Carolinas)
    4 Texas (including Oklahoma)
    5 North East
    6 Great Lakes
    7 Everywhere else

    Midwest is the best.
     
  7. feralitar00

    feralitar00 New Member

    I dont dought any of thows areas are bad im just from what I have heard that there was like at least 5 maybe more form NC that went to worlds 2 or 3 years ago I think. I know the game might not ahve been so complex back then but still that is alot for one state thanks for the replys keep em comin
     
  8. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    If anyone starts to turn this topic into "our area is the absolute best, your area stinks", it will be locked immediately and infraction points given.
    Fair warning.
     
  9. feralitar00

    feralitar00 New Member

    sorry pokepop well try to keep it on a just wondering basis thanks for the warning
     
  10. Pidgeotto Trainer

    Pidgeotto Trainer New Member

    Great Lakes/Midwest has the most good players, but not as many players overall (at least per tournament.) Florida and the Northwest both have lots of players and a large amount of good players. Cali seems to have not as big turnouts or as many good players as it used to but still has a lot. Texas/South is also pretty strong in my view.
     
  11. During States I tried to get the top four average points to see if that could give some type of definition to an answer. Maybe you could do that for Regionals. Not that it means anything. Some players from Florida did go to another regional to play so that might throw off the results.
     
  12. Tentacruel13

    Tentacruel13 New Member

    During New England Regs. there was quite a few n00b decks in the Senior division. I like a little challenge not Charizard PK/Tyranitar ex FTW?
     
  13. master of puppets

    master of puppets New Member

    I heard just recently that Cali isnt nearly as hard as it used to be, as some of the best players there are taking brakes or got banned or something.
    I believe that the highest ranked person there is around 30 points above everyone else?
    Although I could be wrong on all of this. lol
     
  14. SPARTA

    SPARTA New Member

    Hardest State = Florida
    Hardest Area = either the Great Lakes, the Midwest, or the South.
     
  15. Blaziken 1111

    Blaziken 1111 Active Member

    What is the point of this question. There is no better or worst area. All areas are different and it doesn't matter.
     
    Last edited: May 4, 2008
  16. Tentacruel13

    Tentacruel13 New Member

    But then they wouldn't be in the New England area. LOL
     
  17. Rulemaster

    Rulemaster New Member

    the midwest has more world champions and national champions than all 5 of those locations combined

    Ness-world champion
    Seena-national champion
    Fulop-national champion

    not to mention many 2nd places in both categories
     
  18. Chromecatz

    Chromecatz New Member

    Better question:
    Who cares?
     
  19. Scizor

    Scizor New Member

    1. Midwest
    2. Florida
    3. Pacific NorthWest
    4. California
    5. Texas
    6. NorthEast

    FYI I'm from California and that's my honest opinion.
     
  20. Prime

    Prime Content Developer<br>Blog Admin<br>Contest Host

    I think if we look at the factors that might affect a community being competitive or not, I think the number 1 factor is population. Usually the bigger states have better competition because they have more players overall than other states. I think after that, it falls back on the quality of the organized play in those areas. I think it's obvious which areas have PTOs that go above and beyond to bring the absolute best tournaments to their areas, and I think that definitely promotes more competition. I mean no disrespect to any player or area from what I've said above. These are just observations.
     
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