Resets in Street Fighter, or any game, lose their potency the more familiar you are with their existence. This is assuming, of course, that there’s no “real” mixup off the reset. This is the argument YouTuber Frabisaur has against the commonly used Nash resets in tournament right now–they aren’t practical once you’re familiar with them.
In this video, Frabisaur breaks down these commonly used resets, their weaknesses, and explains the strength of his newly crafted V-Trigger reset in comparison.
What do you think of this refined tech?