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Strategy, Games, and Sport

Games and sports are useful in illustrating different aspects of Sun Tzu's Sun Tzu's strategy. The purpose of this article is to give you some ideas about how to use well-known games and sports such as chess, poker, the Chinese game of Go, checkers, putting together puzzles, football, basketball, football, and soccer to illustrate different strategic principles. Games and sports are useful both in their similarities to real competition and in their differences.

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Entangling Positions by Allan Elder

Entangling positions are ones where you get hung-up. They are complex and create confusing condition. You would not intentionally move to an entangling position. The only reason you would end up in one is because you were not looking where you are going, you did not think ahead. You can easily attack from entangling positions and although they are not ideal positions, they do offer good defense.

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