Before you know it, every last one of you is on to the next move, as soon as the way we position the pieces is finished, a new and different play has begun. It is the game of those who have to gain an advantage. You can either gain an advantage by striking first or by bringing the other guy on a wild goose chase. It is best to do both.
Go back to the point you were just talking about. For every player, there are moments in the game when they need to think like a smart and dangerous predator. And, like any predator, the aim is to go in and seize the prey before they have the opportunity to, well, they.
Here are three simple pieces of advice. You see, we do not know why the games are different when one is playing against a woman, or a professional player or, the worst, a computer. The way the computer plays the game is the same as the way a person does.
They both have the same pieces. So, why do people play against one and not the other? There is no good answer. Why does one have the power to be so unfair? No answer.
One thing is certain: You are not going to see the point you want. You will not see the point you want as the game progresses. So, how do you get it? Do you throw it away? No, of course not. You will see that later.
Go back to that moment. See it. Feel it.
We have lost the battle before the first move. We are losing all the time, but we are not even close to losing.
We are just now beginning to think like the predator.
If you do not look at the dragon tiger game as the predator, the way the predator looks at it, you are lost before the game even begins.
At the end of the day, do you see the dragon tiger game by looking at the other players? No, the way a tiger looks at a deer in the middle of a herd is a real winner.