Anyone read "the Game?"

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  1. Falconer

    Falconer OT Supporter

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    Is it a good book on seduction or is it lame?
     
  2. antihero

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    its a good read. read it for entertainment, maybe a little background on the "community".

    its not really technical so much as its just a good story.


    its either that or i just skipped over the lame technical blah blah about how to hypnotize women and such :wtf:
     
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    It's a good read, but not good to learn techniques so much. I found that it was a fascinating insight into these guys, and how really hollow/shallow they seem to be. They seem to be very unhappy on a very deep level, which is kind of sad to see. They, in my opinion, are overcompensating and missing the point of meeting someone with whom they actually have a good connection.

    I.e, they can meet women, but they don't know how to maintain a relationship and KEEP her interested in them, so they end up single again.
     
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    waste of money
     
  5. Socrates

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    I think it is a good read, and can help build a good foundation for getting into the seduction stuff.

    There are MUCH better resources out there, but it is a step towards building a new mindset of how easy it all is.

    I suggest reading The Game first, then learn all of the things David DeAngelo has to say.
     
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    If you take it as entertainment rather than a guide, it's pretty good
     
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    I pretty much agree. Entertainment and history.
     
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  9. ptwiggens

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    I really don't like david deangelo... to much abstract things and not enough concrete things. I think mystery method should be first and foremost what anyone learns when starting out.
     

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