shyster wrote:Until today neither had I really, at least at home. However today even at home it was stupidly slow. But yeah intermediate pro is pretty easy actually as long as lag does not slow you down. It is actually easier than Jr. Pro if nothing else.
Indeed, most people stay on Jr. Pro, but you have to get all 6 without missing even once. If people know about permutations and how it works out you have a much better chance of winning Pro, especially if you can call out the names of the cards and memorize them in your head while saying them over and over.
A trick I learned is that since some of the card names are long, is to shorten them by just using a letter or #. So in this case I would call out
A-B-C-D-E-F <------For the first row, even if the one letter doesnt match up with the card name it helps me out and since there are 24 cards the alphabet works well
F-G-H-B-I-A <------Second row of cards, I see F is the very first one and knew F was the last card of the 1st row (6 cards per row) so I flip it, then I know B is the 2nd letter of the alphabet so I flip the 2nd card. Same thing with A. Combine this with 4 free flips since you have 17 turns and only 12 pairs and I think people will find it isnt so bad after all.