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Super Turbo @ Evolution Casino Cup Results!


The Super Turbo tournament @ Evolution 2011 is over and what a tournament it was!  An incredible roster of talent showed up for this $40 high roller tournament.  Street Fighter legends Daigo Umehara and Alex Valle both once again made an apperance like they did just two months earlier at ReveLAtions.  But EVO 2011 also had former EVO/B5 Champion, Jason Cole show up.  As well as Japanese superstars Tokido and Kuni Funada.  Two time and current SBO qualifier, Damdai.  Former SBO qualifier, kuroppi.  Long time elite veterans, NKI, Arturo Sanchez and DGV.  And long time ST and EVO veterans, Julien Beasley, Mike Creque, Chris Li and David Wright.  As well as a number of familiar and new faces giving it their all!


While Daigo took the championship, he did have some tough battles along the way there.  Julien Beasley nearly upset Daigo early on.  Damdai, like he has in recent ST tournaments, took his option-select T-Hawk all the way to the finals.  While he came up short against “The Beast”, it was a great tune up for him as he prepares to enter SBO in a few months.


Here are the results:


1st Daigo Umehara Boxer

2nd Damien “Damdai” Dailidenas O. Hawk / O. Ken

3rd Hajime “Tokido” Taniguchi Claw

4th Alex Valle Ryu

5th Bob “kuroppi” Painter E. Honda / Zangief

5th DGV Ryu

7th Jason “AfroCole” Cole Dhalsim

7th Arturo “Sabin” Sanchez Dhalsim

9th Kuni Funada Zangief

9th Julien “Zass” Beasley Dictator

9th Nicholas “NKI” Inabnit Chun Li

9th Moocus T. Hawk / Ken


Special thanks to:

  • EVOfor what they do for the community and giving us the opportunity to hold this tournament.
  • Ken and Ty (DGV) for planning this whole thing. =)
  • Fudd for being in charge of sign-ups, running the brackets and all the other help he provided.
  • Zenblaster (Focus Fire) for providing the laptop and capture device for streaming.
  • Zaspacer (Street Fighter Dojo) for his donation to the prize pot.
  • Arturo Sanchez for his help with chat/twitter updates.
  • Everyone else who showed up and competed!
  • And to anyone else who I may have forgotten.


Stream + Twitter updates for Super Turbo EVO tourney.

There are tentative plans for zenblaster to stream tomorrow’s ST tournament but I will be providing updates via Twitter as well.



Casino Cup: Super Turbo Tournament @ EVO and Sponsors!

Street Fighter Dojo, the ST/SF4 video library website is generously donating a cash prize to the Super Turbo tournament at Evolution 2011!

We would also like to announce this as the First Annual Casino Cup tournament, with plans for this tournament returning on an annual basis.

Big thank you to Zaspacer of Street Fighter Dojo for the bonus prize money and of course Mr. Wizard and EVO for allowing us to run this event.

The Casino Cup: Super Turbo Tournament is only two days away!  Any SF2 lovers who will be at EVO, don’t miss out on this!

You can read more about the prize donation in the tournament thread over at SRK.

Super Turbo @ EVO Player List Updated

Some big names have already confirmed for the Super Turbo tournament at EVO 2011.  We’re still waiting to hear back from more players and also have some big updates planned soon so stay tuned!

If you are interested in joining the tournament, head over to the EVO Super Turbo Tournament page and fill out the form!


EVO ST Tournament Date/Time Change

With the announcement of the official EVO schedule, the EVO Super Turbo tournament will now be run on Saturday July 30th at 1PM, so that the tournament isn’t being run simultaneously with SFIV pools.

SRK discussion thread

Super Turbo Tournament @ EVO 2011!


Mark the date, July 29th!  Though, it’s not part of the official line-up, SF2 at EVO cannot be stopped!

Following the successful side-tourney at Revelations, we’re not stopping there!  DGV has made plans for another ST tournament at the year’s biggest tournament.  The entry fee is not for the weary so bring your A-game because the competition is expected to be fierce!




Congratulations to DamdaiImmortalBMW and Riz0ne for winning spots on the US SBO team today at Midwest Championships!  Let’s go US team!

SBO thread @ Shoryuken



Training Regimen Under Super Turbo

TRUST is a program written by David Boudreau (XSPR).  He has graciously written up this article to help explain the program.

A few websites have offered various ways to get better at ST for some years now, such as Street Fighter Dojo which offers a comprehensive list of videos for any given character match-up;  You browse to find a particular character’s match-up, and see what strategies and counters that some of the best players employ.  There are also many tutorial videos available, demonstrating particular attacks or tactics like option selects or combos, with helpful features such as displaying inputs and replaying the tricky parts in slow-motion.  Console ports of fighting games also have training modes.

Watching videos can give you an idea of what to do, but does not offer you the context of playing in an actual match to put it into practice and become familiar with actually Executing it.

While a training mode is the true test for self improvement for that shortcoming, no console port offers much in terms of features in this department to test the particular scenario you want to create (outside of very simple options such as making the dummy character jump straight up, crouch or block etc).

TRUST is a program designed to address this gap and lets you customize your own training mode particular to any given scenario that you want to practice.  It even comes with a number of lessons built-in, which offer a kind of “missing manual” that never came with the game itself.

Read the full article here.




This year’s SBO ST qualifiers are being held this weekend at Midwest Championships in Nashville, TN.  Unfortunately, the event will not be streamed but it looks like matches will be recorded.  Good luck to everyone trying to make Team USA!

MWC Tournament thread on SRK

MWC Facebook page




The results from the Super Turbo tournament at NorCal Regionals are in.  Daigo pulls it out over Valle in the finals. Great job Fudd, Papasi, Mizuki and company on running another successful ST tourney!


1st Daigo Umehara (ウメハラ)

2nd Alex Valle

3rd Fudd

4th Steven “Starkilled” Griggs

5th Ultracombo

5th Thrust

7th DJ Reign

7th Saitou

9th Faisal

9th papasi

9th hundred dollars

9th Georam

13th Vestax

13th Moses

13th Kevin Y

13th Shinobio

17th Mr. Igloo

17th L2P

17th murderman

17th Tyram

17th Phobos

17th Jose Martifj

17th Mizuki

17th bitkid

25th Eric N.





Watch live video from NorCal Regionals ST on


Watch live video from NorCal Regionals ST on