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#87 - rui (09/12/2014) [-]
The second one is true but the first one makes no difference. He could've avoided the risk of sacrificing half his life points by simply setting the trap a turn earlier and using it in his turn as a plan A, then if Pegasus evades somehow, he can try sacrificing half his life points.
#104 - sincoura (09/13/2014) [-]
He sacrifices half his lifepoints on the turn that he wins, so it's irrelevant.
Also, if you actually watch the duel you would know Kaiba doesn't have the card in his hand until the next turn when he wins. How it got there, is completely beyond me, since his hand magically changes on Pegasus's turn.
Even if we assume it was there to begin with, in order for Kaiba to win, he would have to have Ring of Destruction set for use on a powerful creature, AND lower Pegasus's lifepoints to a degree to which it would kill him the following turn. Based on the cards in Kaiba's hands in both scenes he could not possibly have done that. The only way the trap would have worked was if Pegasus lowered his own lifepoints intentionally. There was no way for Kaiba to anticipate Pegasus would play Ultimate Offering and do exactly that.
In either case, if he paid half his lifepoints or set the card Ring of Destruction and used it next turn, he would be winning on the same turn. The comp stated he could have "Won way earlier" by playing Ring of Destruction which isn't true.
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