• Gambit

    by AlphaWolf & Co.
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    Quick Definition: A short memorized line or routine that can be used to deal with specific situations that arise during a pickup.


    Full Definition:

    Gambits are canned routines designed for specific purposes such as increasing BT, creating DHV spikes, or keeping a conversation going. Well developed gambits are like grenades in a PUA’s arsenal that can be thrown into an interaction to deliver the desired result.

    For example, Mystery’s kiss gambit:

    PUA: “Would you like to kiss me?”

    HB: Yes/No/Maybe/Hm

    If yes, great.

    If maybe, “let’s find out” and lean in.

    If no, “that’s okay, I didn’t say you could; you look like you had that on your mind.”

    Usage:

    I have a whole series of gambits prepared to deal with any situation.


    Related Terms: Canned Routine, Pebbles, DHV, KClose, Structured Game, Personal Toolbox, Calibration, Routines, Auto-pilot, Default Opener

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    Carl Rogers July 5, 2010 - 1:40 am

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