155 thoughts on “Yu-Gi-Oh! How To Beat Gouki!

    1. Lava golem is worthless because sphere mode and kaijus are both better than it, so you can choose whichever of those two your deck wants.

    2. Armageddon Knight In my Dark Spyral deck with you in it lol (Armageddon knight) I sides 3 sphere mode and 2 Kaijus. This set up worked very very well. Went 6-2-1 at a regional without evenly, impermenance, borreload, Gryphon, other expensive shit. And the side deck came in clutch. But never faced a gouki player, but faced 4 trickstar, 3 sky striker, 1 blue eyes and 1 true Draco. Faced a gouki player before the event, and in testing, sphere mode worked very well. Only losses were to one trickstar and 1 Sky striker. Also tied against a Sky striker. Was back a couple of weeks ago post ban list. So no ancient fairy, etc…

    1. Declaneo eh they’re first edition and plus only had the second copy last week and only because a guy traded me his diagram for a copy of nightmare griffin i pulled out of a special edition pack and my first one i pulled out of my first pack of maximum crisis (no box btw) back in December last year

    1. Basically, it makes no sense that I have to run hand traps and at least two of each so I can see them in my hand, and by the time it’s my turn I only have 3-2 cards in my hand, I basically lost anyways so now I have to end my turn and watch that same player go off again cause now I have nothing in my hand

    1. TheFlameLegend 100 Deck isn’t seeing much play and Cimoooooooo wouldn’t want his baby deck to be exposed so it can be beaten lol.

  1. go into dark law gg.
    or necrovalley
    or reaper the isolde
    effect veiler the isolde after the second effect been used or the knightmare goblin

    1. Gerardo Morales yes because you can’t called the gamma. I’d say the best case is when they try to use Isolde’s second eff to summon the level 2 gouki.

  2. Metaphys field spell on board I summon Ragnarok banish 3 attack into Chimera or Phoenix deal damage, special summon daedalus to banish all their monsters and then swing in for another 2600.

    1. The KLUWN I was responding the board cimo had in the vid of course if Griffin is on board you wouldn’t be able to do anything because the field prevents their effects from being responded to, that’s why in vid my senerio would have worked because trigate wizard couldn’t respond to any of the metaphys effects.

  3. Honestly, a decent way of beating Gouki is stopping them from special summoning. Either use Vanity’s fiend, or any other monster that prevents special summoning. But it also affects you to so use it wisely

  4. Necro gardna breaks goukis tbh, its searchable by isolde and you then discard it for a knightmare effect preventing your opponent from suiciding their iblee into your monster.

    1. Some crazy genius at my locals used binary blader to go into curious, the exalted lightsword and eventually knightmare griffon to set any floodgate of his choice, mostly mask of restrict or anti-spell fragrance. It was an interesting new spin on solitaire.

    2. good to see others pick up on this — Attack Negation is a real hidden strategy alot of players are not picking up on, If you can Cancel Lilybell attacking they cannot Firewall OTK you or eve poke directy for example

    3. tribute only works if they 1) play toon cyber dragon and 2) open with it and linking also doesn’t work because you extra link them. So unless they draw sphere mode/evenly matched/toon cyber and/or toon table of contents it is gg

  5. Pure goukis are just a beat down deck, so battle traps will take them down pretty easy. And for gouki nightmares, all I know is ash, solemn, and sphere mode.

    1. +kninzotagoni Or how a new set of cards (The Knightmares) can really improve a deck so much that it becomes competitive when it used to be trash.

    2. Gouki decks don’t even use their boss monsters, they use a generic link archetype which made them this way. Have you seen their boss monsters?

  6. For metaphys players, if you play factor and banish tyrant dragon with daedalus in hand, you can kill the entire gouki field without any response from tri-gate or hand traps

    1. asdrubal2112 run a bad spirit deck focusing on asura priest and honest…the goal is to hard draw the azura priest attack their biggest monster and discard honest…then attack the rest.

  7. 04:05 «droll is a minus one» this made me laugh xD
    cimoooooo i don’t agree with your sentence px because yes droll doesn’t let you draw like certain bugs =’) BUT he instantly end the turn of some players (like goukis and especially Loly’s deck) =) ofc the debate is open ^^

    1. If you have a five card hand and you discard Droll, you now only have four cards. It’s a -1.

      That being said, the card is really good for out tempo-ing your opponent because it likely stops their whole turn, but by itself it is just a -1

    2. If you don’t have a strong follow-up play after Drolling a Gouki player, they will just continue with their plays on the following turn. Sure you stopped them, but you didn’t actually deal with any of their resources.

    3. but dzeef and cimoooooo just drolling an opponent in this format is enough to deal heavy damages to the opponent, who wouldn’t recover or have a strong follow-up play in 2018 ? except if you are playing for fun but i don’t count it px anyway just my opinion droll is super strong in this format ^^

  8. Your slightly wrong with the ghost belle play rematch.

    Ghost belle negates activations and rematch can only be activated once per turn.

    So if you ghost belle the rematch if they can get a second they will be able to use it

  9. Say some home blossom is hitting your warrior girls! You give em one of these; (standing up at table and starts boogieing in front of opponent) SLAMS down called by the grave

  10. I remember when links first came out and everybody thought that gouki was going to be trash but now it is one of the best decks in the format

  11. These «how to beat» videos are really not a good help for people who dont want to invest 150$ in 3 pieces of cardboard, listing hand traps as the first solution to beating just about every deck you make a video for is obvious, but doesnt really help anybody. Love your videos, but this has been annoying me lately

  12. what about Blackwing-Jin the rain shadow he can take down any Gouki because of his effect of destroying monsters that have DEF less than his ATK. if you set up a Dimensional fissure, that’s a free banish every turn

    1. Link monsters don’t have DEF. The effect doesn’t work at all.

      The monsters also can’t be destroyed. Even if. One monster per turn isn’t nearly enough. You’ll 100% die next turn.

  13. It doesnt matter if re-match is hard once per turn. Because ghost belle is negating THE ACTIVATION gouki players are able to activate a 2nd one in same turn. You can check that ruling online and a judge at the german national also ruled it.

  14. Umm..i think if u negate the ACTIVATION of re-match, they can activate another RE-Match…remtach says act once per turn, not use once per turn.

  15. I play Shaddoll Dinosaur, so I have an El Shaddoll Fusion set. When my opponent summons Gouki Suprex and uses his effect, I chain El Shaddoll Fusion, summon El Shaddol Winda, and my opponent specials another Gouki. The nice thing with this is that thanks to Winda, they can’t link off their Goukis to make say Isolde.

  16. I think Droll is the best hand trap because u can stop gouki plays till their next turn, and it so good because ur next turn u can easily break their board with ur card effect or any quick play spell and trap, unlike when u play ash blossom u litteraly just stop one of their plays not all of them if u stop any of those plays doesnt mean u stop gouki’s play

  17. My favourite out to the Gouki board is a hand trap that nobody really uses. Once they create their trigate and 2 co-links to it, activate wattkinetic puppeteer to move it to the furthest column

  18. I miss old format. Sure pendulum magicians were pretty powerful, but they were surprisingly balanced and allowed for a very diverse format where a lot of decks could counter each other. Now we’re back to formats where you either have to play the meta or wait for the banlist. It’s stupid

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