So this is an article I came across while reading comments on a Detroit Lions blog.
I was looking for some discussion of the subject matter here.
- When underdogs choose not to play by Goliath’s rules, they win, Arreguín-Toft concluded, “even when everything we think we know about power says they shouldn’t.”
- The eighteenth-century general Maurice de Saxe famously said that the art of war was about legs, not arms
- Less talented basketball teams can defeat more skilled opponents by training for endurance and running the full court press the whole game.
Since this is a videogame related forum, I was wondering if maybe there are any games you've played in which a player can win through sheer tenacity over talent. Have you come across any unusual strategies in a game?
Any other thoughts this article brings to your mind are fair game as well.