Clash Royale Strategy: Proper Execution
One of the most prominent decks in the Arenas are Golems, Lava Hounds, Miner, and even Giants. Now, it’s basically obvious that any tank decks will have supporting cards in order to create a huge push or set for a counter-push on the other lane. Now, suppose that you have Tombstone or Inferno Tower (most common defensive buildings) in your hand, will you drop your card immediately to lure the tank? Of course not! You have to wait for the supporting troops in order to change the target of the tank, pull it on the other side and let your Tower and other supporting troops clear the squishy siege troops and the tank.
Now, the above strategy mostly revolves around “patience.” Another tip he shared is about “anticipation,” which is vital especially when countering your opponent’s counter plays. One of the scenarios that apply for this is when your opponent plays Hogs and you drop your Skeletons to take care of them. You should always expect for a counter for this play. Be ready to use an AoE spell or troops to counter his next card (e.g. Fire Spirits, etc.).