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I recently bought a six samurai starter deck and I have no idea what Bushido counters are. I have tried looking them up to find out but I haven't been able to find much on them so what are they.

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Bushido counters are just anything you want to put on the card that signifies it has a counter.  You could use a die with a certain number of pips face-up to signify how many counters it has, or pennies, or beads, or anything you want, just to have a way to show that the card has those counters, in case another card tells you to do something with those counters.

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Actively considering seeking a new guru for the category - have not been playing often enough to keep up with the metagame. I WILL ONLY BE ANSWERING RULINGS QUESTIONS. I WILL NOT BE DOING DECK FIXES UNTIL I RETURN TO ACTIVE PLAY.

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Player/trader/collector for 7.5 years

Publications
Writer for Beckett Yu-Gi-Oh Collector, Beckett Anime Collector, Beckett Pokemon Collector, and various books produced by Pojo.com

Education/Credentials
Player of the American TCG since January 2002, tournament player since March 2002

Awards and Honors
Duelist King Tournament Season 3 Champion -- Jahinie Productions, West Mifflin, PA...which has since, sadly, closed its doors.
148th/482 players at 2005 Yu-Gi-Oh Nationals
Top 4 at April 2005 Butler Regionals (Chaos/Trinity format)
Top 4 at August 2005 Butler Regionals (Chaos/Trinity format)
Top 8 at July 2008 Monroeville Regionals (Oppression Monarch)
Top 4 at October 2008 at Coraopolis Regionals (Tele-DAD)
Top 4 at June 14, 2009 Coraopolis, PA Regionals (Blackwings) Qualified for 2005, 2006, 2009 Yu-Gi-Oh Nationals

Non-gameplay Yu-Gi-Oh Credentials:
Have made over $120,000 in the past 6 years from dealing in bulk quantities of Yu-Gi-Oh collectibles
Created "the point system", a method for fairly trading large quantities of low-valued cards in exchange for high-valued items, commonly accepted throughout the Yu-Gi-Oh community


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