How to Beat Jynx in Pokémon Go

Lits of Jynx Counterpicks in Pokémon Go
Last updated & Improved: 21.09.2016.
Quick Move:
Mud Slap
Special Move:
Stone Edge
Quick Move:
Bite
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Mud Slap
Special Move:
Stone Edge
Quick Move:
Rock Throw
Special Move:
Stone Edge
Quick Move:
Wing Attack
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Fire Fang
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Feint Attack
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Fire Blast
Quick Move:
Rock Smash
Special Move:
Stone Edge
Quick Move:
Bullet Punch
Special Move:
Cross Chop
Quick Move:
Bite
Special Move:
Stone Edge
Quick Move:
Karate Chop
Special Move:
Cross Chop
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Heat Wave
Quick Move:
Feint Attack
Special Move:
Heat Wave
Quick Move:
Low Kick
Special Move:
Cross Chop
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Heat Wave
Quick Move:
Ember
Special Move:
Heat Wave



Jynx is the only 'Ice / Psychic' Type Gym Defender in Pokémon Go.

Jynx is 'Ice / Psychic' Type Pokémon with average HP and weak Attacks.

List of Jynx counters is filled up with Pokémon that have Rock, Fire, Fighting and Dark Type Attacks since they are all super effective against Jynx.

How Did We Select Pokémon Counterpicks?


There are 18 damage-type groups in Pokémon Go (like Water, Grass, Ice, Fire, Rock, etc...)
Every Pokémon has 1 or 2 Types.
Every Pokémon has 2 Attacks - Quick Move and Special Move.
Based on Pokémon Type and Attack Types it has - every Pokémon in Pokémon Go has it's strengths and weaknesses.

We developed ranking algorithms that create Pokémon counterpick lists based on:
1. Type(s) of Attacking Pokémon
2. Attack Types of Attacking Pokémon
3. Attacking Pokémon DPS (Damage per Second)
4. Type(s) of Defending Pokémon
5. Potential Attack Types of Defending Pokémon
6. Defending Pokémon DPS
* We have excluded legendary Pokémon (Mewtwo, Mew, Moltres, Articuno and Zapdos) from results because they are not available to all Pokémon Go players.

We spent over 2 month developing this tool (July and August 2016.)
The first algorithm we developed back in August was ok for the first version of tool but it wasn't what we really wanted...
Because of that algorithms were re-developed from scratch around September 1st 2016. and we are updating/improving counterpick lists on daily basis since then.