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Thread: How to counter 3N-1-2-2-2hexagon?

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    How to counter 3N-1-2-2-2hexagon?

    Well yes, that is the question, how to best counter a 3N-1-2-2-2hexagon formation? Any ideas, I'd be thankful!

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    Maybe a 3n-2dml/dmr - 3n-2 to gain control of the middle. Some formations just wanna use spaces available. #My thoughts
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    3n-2w-2n-2w-1 butterfly if another option. Should give you strength attacking on the flanks.
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    Did I just add your team today? You are from the states ryt? Level 8, glasses on at display picture. My team is named flying eagles. Would like to know if it was you I added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awe Imoleayo Peter View Post
    Did I just add your team today? You are from the states ryt? Level 8, glasses on at display picture. My team is named flying eagles. Would like to know if it was you I added.

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    It is indeed. I recognized the flying eagles from updates you posted here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anders Lord View Post
    Well yes, that is the question, how to best counter a 3N-1-2-2-2hexagon formation? Any ideas, I'd be thankful!
    AKA 3N-5-2V...

    Try 4-3N-2(AML/AMR)-1 or 4-2-2-2 Hexagon
    Any formation or tactics advice given is based purely on experience with my teams...