Coming from Wizards of the Coast I had very little contact with some games that fell outside of those we directly competed with. This was before the days of Kaijudo. Now in my role with PHD I found it necessary to develop more understanding for all our games so I turned to online tools provided by manufacturers.
One such online tutorial and a very good one, was for Pokémon. From this I learned all the necessary skills to be able to play a game without feeling I didn’t know what was happening. It’s very easy to use and you can bypass sections if you’re already familiar with certain facets of the game. I wasn’t, so I went through them all.
Another great feature is that it’s totally interactive with audio tuition. They don’t just tell you what to do but you physically have to also click on things to do it. This reinforces the learning of what you need to do.
In conclusion I found it extremely useful, easy to use and I felt I knew enough from it to be able to sit down and play. It won’t make you a Master but it will set you up nicely to be able to play a reasonable game. To be a Master takes time and practice in both play and deck building. Skills only honed by many games against good opponents.
If you want to learn Pokémon, and don’t have a friendly Master to teach you, I recommend visiting their online tutorial.