Manuel Succari is from Panama but is currently living in Taiwan studying Japanese. He’s played for team Panama in two World Magic Cups and made top 8 of the most recent one. When his schedule and budget allow, he enjoys attending Grand Prixs and has a personal best record of 11-4.
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The competitive aspect of the game is very appealing.
Grand Prix Taipei 2016
Grand Prix Tokyo, Manuel flew to Tokyo, prepared a lot and didn't make day 2. He felt like quitting but his support system held him up and encouraged him to not give up.
Top 8 of World Magic cup 2016
"You can do it."
Choosing the wrong deck of the sub-optimal choice. Plan the deck you know the best and feel most comfortable with.
Practice early and practice a lot. Test every Top deck from the Pro Tour and see which resonates with you.
Deck, Dice, Tokens
Play at least a match a day.
Ask a lot of questions and practice.
Have fun playing the game.
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