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    King Throw Map by JPF

    Updated: 01/01/70 | Printable Version | Search Guide | Bookmark Guide

    
    -------------------------- King's throw combos map ----------------------------
    
     Don't ask me "I cannot do it, tell me how". This map contains all
    the thing what I can tell you. I hope you have a good brain to memory and
    good fingers to input. --- JPF
    
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    Symbols
        ^           : While side step
        2__         : While you are crouching
        ?           : I have never checked it.
        (Back/Side) : If this throw is "back/side-throw"
        ==>         : They are different moves, but you can connect them.
        (Cr)        : If the opponent is croucning.
    
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    ************ WMC (Wonderful Mexican Combo) / BWSP (Bell-Wood Special Combo) ***
    
    63A+C -- B A A+B -- C+D A+B --- A B C+D ------------------+
    63B+D          \           /                              |
                    \         /                               |
             3A+B-- B B A+B -+- C+D A+B A+B+D -- A B C+D A+B -+-- B A C D
             ^B+D           /                                 |
             33B+D(Cr)     /                                  |
                          ^B+D(Back/Side)                     +-- C A B C+D A+B+C+D
    
    
    Note:
      The throw ^B+D is a bit special. If you throw the opponent
    from his back or side, You start from ^B+D(Back/Side), and only do 4 throws.
    The longest length of throw combos is 6, and if you success,
    it is 100% combo for the computer players.
    
    --- Escape ---
    
    A/B ---- A/B ------ A --------- na -----------------------+
                   \           /                              |
                    \         /                               |
             A+B/B - na -----+- B -------------- na ----------+-- A
                            /                                 |
                           /                                  |
                          na/A/B                              +-- B
    
    Note:
      63A+C     : Use A to escape. Also use A to escape from the next throw.
      63B+D     : Use B to escape. Also use B to escape from the next throw.
      3A+B/^B+D : Use A+B.
      33B+D(Cr) : Use B.
      ^B+D(Side): If it is from your left side, use A. For right, B. For back, n/a.
    
    ******************************************* Begin with "Standing a??? hold" ***
    
    6*23B+C -+- A+B A C A+B --- A C D A+B C+D
             |
             +- A B C A+B
             |
             +- A+B C A A+C
    
    --- Escape ---
    
    B -------+- A+B ----------- na (Most dangerous path)
             |
             +- A
             |
             +- B
            
            
    *** Begin with "Arm b???ker" ***
            
    6*23A+D -+- A+B A+B
             |
             +- A+B D D+B --- D C D C+D A+B
             |
             +- B A A+B+C -+- B A C A+B+D A+B+D
                           |
                           +- A+C C+D B+D A+B A+B+C
            
    Note:
      The last one, "Rolling cradle" is really strong and funny move, but
    it is difficult to input. Take care of pushing 2 or 3 buttons
    at the same time.
            
    --- Escape ---
            
    A -------+- B
             |
             +- B ----------- na
             |
             +- A+B -------+- A
                           |
                           +- B (Most dangerous path)
    
    Note:
      Remember "To escape the worst situations of these 2 holds, use A+B."
    
    ********************************************** Begin with "Altimate tuckle" ***
    
    2__ A+C -+- A+B -+- A+B
             |       |
             |       +- C+D -- A+B ?
             |
             +- A B A -- A+B -- A+B
             |  B A B
             |
             +- C+D -- A+B ?
    
    *************************************************** Begin with "Rope throw" ***
    
    4A+B -+- A+B
          |
          +- A+C
          |
          +- C+D ==> 1A+C(B+D) ==> 1A+C(B+D) ==> 1A+C(B+D)
          |
          +- B+D ==> 1A+C(B+D) ==> 1A+C(B+D) ==> 1A+C(B+D) ?
    
    --- Escape ---
    
    na----+- A+B
          |
          +- A
          |
          +- C+D
          |
          +- B