@fuzzytipsy made me wonder something that I thought could be worth a discussion in itself, so here I am.
The thing with SRS is that it continually challenges your long-term memory by spacing out repetitions of an item. On the other hand, the more often you see an item, the more it is engraved in your memory, that’s how immersion works.
If you use WK to learn vocab/kanji and, in our example, KameSame at the same time (set to make you review every guru+ item you have on WK), your long-term memory will be less challenged because KameSame will make you review the items WK would have you ignore for a while. KameSame has other advantages (EN-JP) but for the sake of the argument we could also imagine WK + an anki deck with WK items in the same order.
The question is : is it better to bombard your brain with twice the reviews (JP-EN and EN-JP, or why not even twice JP-EN), or does it undermine the long-term memory capacity WK is trying to build ? (in which case reviewing only burned WK-items would be preferable)
I’m guessing this has to do with how memory works and since I’m no expert, I wanted to have everyone’s opinion