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There are so many replay sites, and so many of them are useless. So many replays and replay packs are on megaupload-like sites and submitted only to some forums.

What is the best way of searching for replays of good players?

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1. If you want to post a replay site, make one post per site.
2. Avoid duplicates, upvote instead.

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Teamliquid's replay thread is just to "diluted" to be useful. –  Łukasz Lew Aug 6 '10 at 16:53
    
Community Wiki? List of sites? Or "Best" and it's subjective? –  McKay Aug 6 '10 at 17:41
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@McKay I changed the title. I'm a little torn on this, because while it is a decent question, it is another "list" question. –  tzenes Aug 6 '10 at 19:38
    
it's not asking for a solution to a problem. –  antony.trupe Aug 6 '10 at 19:40
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It is a very frequently asked question. This page will be valuable for a lot of people. We shouldn't so strict. –  Łukasz Lew Aug 7 '10 at 16:55
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Many of the top players have their games posted on GosuGamers. Further, the games are rated by the community, so you will know which games will be the most entertaining or informative.

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Sc2Replayed is a new site that is capable of extracting a lot of interesting informations ("DNA", builds, upgrades) from replays.

It also has extremely high uploads/day rate.

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My favorite youtube channels are below in no particular order.

day9tv, AskJoshy, HDstarcraft, HuskyStarcraft, moletrap

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Keep in mind that watching a replay over YouTube is not the same as watching an actual replay on SC2. With SC2 replays you can keep close tabs on things like build order because you have full control over what you want to be watching at all times. –  Shaznat Aug 6 '10 at 20:11
    
Exactly. That's why I asked for replays, not vods. But FPVODs might be even better than replays. –  Łukasz Lew Aug 7 '10 at 16:54
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GameReplays has lots of actual replays posted. Replays of the week tend to be higher caliber ones, although you can find plenty of others there as well.

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gomtv.net is also very good.

They have a korean version too. The comments are by Tasteless and Arthosis. They provide good analysis of the games. Each season has about 5 hours of free replays.

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