It’s Monday and in true, cheesy fashion, I’ve decided to schedule this motivational post for today. It’s probably coming at the wrong time of year for a lot of Daygamers considering their winter hibernations, but the lessons are easily carried into the new year. Get ready for me to swing the axe, tell you how … Continue reading You’re Always Pushing Something (Motivational Post)
Something that I had to work out over time, is that the purpose of winged Daygame is entirely different to that of solo. When you’re out solo, you feel like a hunter, with a list of sets to tick off on your phone. Your vibe rises and falls as you overcome your AA. You’re able … Continue reading What’s the Point? (Winged vs Solo)
If you’re not keeping statistics, you’re doing something wrong. One of the most potent weapons in an intermediate’s arsenal is his statistics, vis-a-vis, a rough estimate of his ability, and without them he’s largely flailing. You need them to see where your bottlenecks are, from open to lay, and then where to direct your learning … Continue reading Statistics
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of intermediate Daygame status, must be in want of one new lay a month” - Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice and Daygame It’s widely considered that the sign of an intermediate is to be turning over roughly one new girl each month. I … Continue reading Is “One a Month” Holding You Back?
1- Location: Oxford Street 2- Story Click, clack, crunch, crunch. My headphones dangled down my chest, aggressively competing with my Daygame accoutrements for room in an already packed environment. The five degree chill had brought along with it multiple layers, just in time for my mini Game holiday, where I had finally taken action and … Continue reading #38: Last Gasp Lay
At the moment, I have Cialdini’s new book on the go: Pre-Suasion; the art of making people suggestible to the persuader’s arguments before they’ve even begun their sales pitch proper. I was stuck for a moment, trying to think of what to write about today, but then remembered that the exact chapter I was on, … Continue reading Attracting Attention
If you’ve read this post, you’ll know that I waxed lyrical about recording my sets. It turned out to be an interesting inner Game, as well as outer Game, tool. I’m writing this post because I want to get some input from you, my esteemed readers, as to how to analyse infields. Let me go … Continue reading Analysing Infields
Shout out to all the financiers out there who understand the reference. The title of this posts refers to the infamous, bust, hedge fund Long Term Capital Management. Myron Scholes, one of the founders and managers, famously said that their investment strategy would function “as if it were vacuuming nickels that others couldn’t see”. Whereas … Continue reading Vacuuming Nickels
It’s cold as hell, but I’ve set up at my little exam hall style desk with a mug of hot black coffee and the radiator on next to me. The golden brown crema sits lazily on top and steam laconically drifts up into air, filling my nostrils with rich notes of chocolate and creativity. Contrast … Continue reading Can Vibe-Free Pickup Exist?