As it stands I don't quite understand the dynamic of the game and how to land effective punches. It's not as simple as OB2D. But nevertheless that makes for a better experience. From playing OB2D I've realised that no one has really mastered the game - people have become "good" but have never really mastered it. If I had myself around as a veteran back in 2014 when I started playing OB2D - I would have been able to learn things much faster. That's no knock to john @king-john - he tried his best with my hopeless ass. Well anyway this isn't a shoulda coulda woulda post. The fact of the matter is... No one is really as good as anyone makes them out to be. They're just better than the people that have played this game. This isn't my opinion - this is a fact... If Mikkel can create an AI that can destroy Fatny like he's a novice - no one has mastered this game. Just imagine how average or maybe even under average some of the best players would be if OB2D was a widely popular game.
Alas... I will be giving OB3D a shot since the same thing that applies to OB2D definitely applies to OB3D.