Cut ‘Em Off At The Impasse -- Winning Against an Equal Opponent


Picture this.

A narrow foot bridge across a great chasm, wide enough for only one person at a time to pass.

Two men of equal size meet in the middle, each intending to get to the other side.

“Let me pass,” says one. “I’m very strong, and I’ll smite you.”

“I’m very strong, too,” says the other.” I can smite you harder.”...

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