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Episode 18

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February 7, 2012
The club members compete in a regular individual tournament. Chihaya tries to play a balanced style that doesn't rely on speed, but she is unable to restrain herself and commits a lot of faults. She also recognizes that her opponent, Kanai Sakura, is using the strategy against her that Komano described. She loses the match, but learns from watching her opponent that what she lacks is timing. Afterwards, she and Retro watch the Class B final between Taichi and Nishda and the Class D final between Komano and Kana. Chihaya realizes that she should watch them to learn from them rather than to support them. She is drawn to the match between Komano and Kana. When Komano commits faults, she realizes that a card lost by fault is the same as a card lost to the opponent's skill.
February 7, 2012
The club members compete in a regular individual tournament. Chihaya tries to play a balanced style that doesn't rely on speed, but she is unable to restrain herself and commits a lot of faults. She also recognizes that her opponent, Kanai Sakura, is using the strategy against her that Komano described. She loses the match, but learns from watching her opponent that what she lacks is timing. Afterwards, she and Retro watch the Class B final between Taichi and Nishda and the Class D final between Komano and Kana. Chihaya realizes that she should watch them to learn from them rather than to support them. She is drawn to the match between Komano and Kana. When Komano commits faults, she realizes that a card lost by fault is the same as a card lost to the opponent's skill.