Hearthstone: Trump Basic Teachings - 01 - Board Control (Mage)

Board control refers to the situation where a player has dominance over the game board. Generally, this refers to situations where one player has one or more minions on the board, whereas their opponent has none. Maintaining board control is extremely important, as it allows players to dictate minion combat and thus get favorable trades.

► #0 Introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KjtRokhpvM

► #2 Mana Efficiency: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATrWQ07Kmn4
► #3 Fearless Tapping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUiEUWUXy9E
► #4 Fearless Hitting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM-LPDFcrSc
► #5 Favorable Trading: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wi58FkvElX0
► #6 Card Advantage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3ToGRbruBk
► #7 When to Face: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GI2HN1cRvL8
► #8 Weapons Hold: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xt2kLWiHnws
► #9 The Long Game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNB7qngWAT4
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31 thoughts on “Hearthstone: Trump Basic Teachings — 01 — Board Control (Mage)

  1. Wow, Hearthstone and Trump both have evolved soo much and I feel as if I have gone back in time watching this video ;3

  2. I just started playing yesterday, and this is exactly what I've been doing wrong. I have to try out this tip and see if it works.

  3. When I first started, I remember losing like 20 games in a row and quitting hearthstone. I came back a few days ago, watched this video and won 3 out of 4 games played. Can confirm this works.

    I still don't think I'm clever enough to be playing card games.

  4. After this vid I`ve won like 7 games in a row with a warlock. the concept of board control is pure gold

  5. This was really interesting and explains why I've been losing. Thanks! You got another subscriber!

  6. Unfortunately, with this game's power creep, these guides don't really work anymore. They are still helpful, but you won't be climbing very far past level 20 with them.

  7. some questionable playes here… tho i suppose he wanted to illustrate board control and played accordingly

  8. At 6:44, why didn't he ping his creature for 1 to give it plus 3 and make it a 8/4 instead of pinging the face for 1? Wouldn't that have been much better? Because unless he had some way to do 4 damage to that creature or cast a creature with taunt, he could deal at least 8 damage with it next turn, or ping it again and do 11. Am I wrong for some reason?

  9. thank you for this guide im a begginer from hearthstone i dont know what cards to use etc but i saw this video for beginners like me and it helped so much!

  10. Can someone please give me a list of what cards to replace on my mage i am at lvl 14 with her and idk what cards to replace

  11. I just started playing this game and was losing a lot. But when I watched this video and started thinking in terms of board control I began winning. Genius advice.

  12. I only watch until mana efficiency and manage to raise my win by 80%. I will continue my padawan lesson until the end. Thanks trump! Love your guide.

  13. It's fun coming back to watch these again (I was just talking about how these are the 'bare minimum' skill level for playing Hearthstone, so thought I'd refresh myself) — and wowee was that opponent bad. I honestly thing the innkeeper would've been better. I know this is rank 22 at a time when lots of players had little experience and skill — and the mistakes made for good teaching points — but wow, besides the ones that were mentioned, who would ever think that using Wild Growth on 8 mana is a good idea? Quite literally the only time it's worth it is if you're very likely going to make a 10 mana play on the turn after (ie. Wild Growth on 8 because you need to Deathwing on 10 in order to survive). Doing it on 8 for any other reason is just about burning the card; you're literally spending 2 extra mana to get an Innervate on your next turn (and losing the option to cycle the card), so I hope that Innervate was damn worth it!

  14. CANNOT thank you enough. I started playing about a month ago and hadn't won a single game. Watched this video and went from 50 to 33 in one night, only lost 1 game out of what, 20? Hahaha thank you!!

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