All Efficient Strategies Have Their Limits

At the end of the day, all of the efficient approaches and winning strategies have their limits. For example, say there's this great move in some fighting game that only a certain character can use. Everyone knows that using it makes you stronger, so everyone starts using it. Pretty soon, everyone's playing the same way. The move is so influential that everyone depends on it. I would never use that move in such a situation.

It wouldn't be easy, of course, but it is never impossible to win without using a certain move. There's always another way for those willing to search hard enough. Over the course of a year, the gap between me and those who continue relying on the convenient move would widen.


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