Hi! I'm NoTag. I'm a Mario main from SC and I've lived in MDVA for 5 years! I'm a Mario/Samus comain that's been playing competitively since late 2016. I have achieved many achievements in my smash career. I've gotten power ranked in every region that I've lived in. I am currently ranked #128 in North America on Orion Rank, #281 in the world on the 1000 Rankings, and i am currently ranked #1 in South Carolina with strong players like Peabnut and Mage within my region. I have gotten wins on multiple top players like, Peabnut, Puppeh, BacoN, Rfang, Suarez, Wadi, Regalo, Naitosharp, Jules and more! I have won many tournaments and events over many players on the east coast like Rock The Hill, Flowertown Rumble 5, Queen City Anniversary, and more! Rock The Hill is a Carolina regional hosted by Winthrop University. It had 181 entrants coming from all over the southeast coast and there I won my first regional. If you would like to check out more of my stats, you can view it here with this link: https://www.pgstats.com/ultimate/player/NoTag?id=S351855 I started coaching in 2018. My first ever student was BacoN. BacoN is a solo Dr Mario main and is notably the best dr Mario in North American. He consistently places just as well as I do, he has a metafy of his own now (you can book a lesson with him here: https://metafy.gg/@bacon/sessions), and he's very successful in his smash career. I have also coached others as well like Bluko, a southern VA megaman main that's ranked # 7 in his region! Here both BacoN and Bluko are ranked top 10 in their region: https://twitter.com/SovaSmash/status/1609414113628749824?s=20. AmarX, a Richmond VA min min player that won his sub region's Arcadian, got 2nd at his main region's Arcadian, and is now ranked # 5 in his region. His regional PR is located here: https://twitter.com/ttvMadison/status/1609231017931378690?s=20 I view the game in a fundamental way. I like to assess and think things through like a regular fighting game. For example, what are my character's win/lose conditions, how can I get there, what are my opponent's win/lose conditions, how do they like to get there, what area of fundamental does my opponent struggle with, how do I adapt, etc. When adapting, I use normal troubleshooting methods to figure out the problem. What is the problem, what can i do about the problem, how can i apply it to my situation, now implement the solution. Lastly, a normal session will be based off what type of lesson that the student wants and what the student wants to work on. I will make a small document and make notes on what other things that i see, then give them stuff to work on at the end of the lesson.