I sent the friend request. As for mach strike, I have a huge grudge against it because I have never been able to beat it and I see it as a deck for people who do not like to make their own decks and/or do not have the skill needed to do so. Because of this I would really not like to buy it as I would then see myself as dropping down to their level.
As agreed, I will send you a few Trainers to make life easier. I've accepted your Friend Request, but noticed one problem right away. You'll need to "tag" something For Trade (using the double arrows button). Each player has to offer something in a trade, so mark a Pikachu or something, okay?
I see @Felidae_ has given some advice (above) worth hearing. It helps when someone gives challenging advice, rather than the people who smile, pat you on the head, and say, "Maybe you'll have better luck next time."
Mind if I pile on?
I think you're making a tactical mistake by not playing certain decks, even if you don't like them. I can relate to what you're saying, but the best way to beat a deck consistently is to know, to really know, how to play it yourself. At a minimum, don't give up so easily when playing against it. Once a deck has become second-nature, it's 10x easier to beat it.
As for your deck list? ...It looks like you've taken a handful of Pokémon cards, tossed them in the air, and are playing the first 60 that you picked up. You really need to streamline and focus your "Trainer Engine." Many players don't realize that it's the Secret to building good decks, and one of the hardest to master. This is such a luck-based game, that you need to concentrate on the Trainers that your specific deck needs. Get rid of some of those singles, and add consistent, necessary cards (i.e. Cynthia,etc.).
Edited by RobRatt, 24 September 2018 - 08:46 PM.