Quick Definition: The technique of introducing different sets to each other, with the PUA playing the part of the social connector.
Merging sets together is a powerful pickup technique because the PUA earns social proof, which is a DHV. Experienced PUAs can take over an entire room, merging different sets together and taking advantage of the various social dynamics that arise from the merging.
Merging is one of the core components of flash game, and merging sets will ensure the PUA is the social center and also open the PUA up to DHV and opening opportunities with HBs within the sets.
Merging previous sets with new sets is known as forward merging, and introducing new sets to old sets is called backward merging.
We should merge these 2 groups that we just met; they would get along really well and keep the obstacle occupied.
Related Terms: Accomplished Introduction, Pivot, DHV, Group theory, Flash Game, Social Proof