The Dangers Of Over-Optimisation And Burnout

I recently read this post by Pancake Mouse: “The Rebirth of Pancake Mouse: Year Two of Cold Approach.” The first thing I want you to do is to read the original article. Here’s the link. Go do that first. ***** Before getting into the article this is where I stand on Pancake, for clarity. I … Continue reading The Dangers Of Over-Optimisation And Burnout

Warsaw Revisited (Daygame City Review)

I recently got back from a ten day trip to Warsaw. It’s been three years since I reviewed the city and I want to revisit what I wrote and give some updates. Here’s the link plus other Daygamer’s reviews: My 2019 review Kaiser’s review Mikey Forrester’s review Wolfe’s review (Jan 2022) Wolfe’s review (May 2022) … Continue reading Warsaw Revisited (Daygame City Review)

Levels of Game (And A Football Analogy)

There are tons of ways to describe the levels of Game. I’ve recently been reading Steve Jabba’s book Primal Seduction (and will be posting a review of it soon once I finish my second read-through) and he sees the levels as: the what do I say and do level; the frame-imposition level; the identity based … Continue reading Levels of Game (And A Football Analogy)

Intermediate Problems: Student Case Study

Okay, I had to write this post because the incident itself left me so annoyed. The story comes from a student of mine and I absolutely had to turn this into a post because the learning opportunities were so present and obvious. This is an intermediate, maybe lower intermediate, problem, by the way: not knowing … Continue reading Intermediate Problems: Student Case Study

#89-94: Slags and the Shagger

I’m here with another collection of lay reports: those from the first half of 2022. The theme of these lays is pre-selection. Throughout the period I was asking girls questions along the lines of “when did you know you’d sleep with me,” “when did you know I would go for it” and “why did you … Continue reading #89-94: Slags and the Shagger

Q&A: What Should I Do If A Stranger Comes Into The Set?

I got an email from a student called Mr S. He was asking about what to do if a stranger comes into the set and how often it happens to me. Specifically if they are a white knight/cockblocker/virtue signaller/”concerned onlooker.” This is an expanded version of my reply to him (I rattled off an initial … Continue reading Q&A: What Should I Do If A Stranger Comes Into The Set?