First, we'll cover the most known solution in every situation and that is the “Best Move”. The best move in definition is the move where it's obvious and very much is supposed to be the expected answer to Problem A by doing solution B. For instance: Your opponent summons a monster that has higher attack than the one you have on the field while you have a Bottomless trap hole set. At this moment you know and it is known that once you flip that BTH that your opponent’s monster is going to die and your going to get another turn to Normal summon or Special Summon thus possibly granting you a chance to attack for game. This is how most “Best Moves”'s work their sometimes simple moves that can effect the game and a major portion of their importance is that they can help new players in the game strengthen their skills by understanding these basics.
However since after the novel stage of being in the wears off then these moves become so expected that their practically read and prepared for , but this is when “personal moves” take over. Personal moves are those you develop through creativity of your own personal playing style, habits when inside a duel
and from personal experience of whats good and what's bad . These moves are often the ones that surprise your opponents and throw them in a unfamiliar place during the duel. For instance if your opponents summons a Dark armed dragon while you have a Bottomless trap hole face down then would you activate it or use that brain control in your hand next turn to take his DAD, blow his field with the two darks in your grave, attack then tribute him for the Caius in your hand, only after you've taken some life point damage. That decision is up to you my fellow duelist. But now you can see how thought out a personal move is versus a best move that's common knowledge.
In conclusion, Its up to every duelist what you do during your turn and if you succeed while doing it. Whether its the sangan + torrential combo or something you've concocted while building your latest creation. But please keep this in your mind from when your draw your first five cards to when your trying to Defend/swing for game. And always remember Duel great and Have fun.
Edited by silentboxer, 23 December 2009 - 03:30 AM.