Game

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Game is the sum tools meant to increase a man's sexual worth,[1] or any technique a man uses to better attract women. It is one of the preeminent topics discussed at Roosh V Forum and Return of Kings. Feminists have branded game as "manipulative", while the men who practice game uphold it as a form of self-improvement and a path to better sexual success. "Gaming" a girl refers to actively using game techniques to attract her. Roissy describes game as "The practice of challenging women."[2]

Types of Game[edit]

There are many different facets of game, a few of which are listed here.

Type of Game Characteristics
Inner Game Exuding a relatively natural confidence and charisma
Outer Game Actively using conversational techniques to pique a woman's interest
Text Game Referring to the best ways to carry on a conversation with a girl through texting
Fame Game Leveraging any fame or status you might have to impress women
Provider Game Refers to being a stable, well-employed man to attract a high-quality woman, typically for marriage or LTR. Not used nearly as much as it was several decades ago, and the term is now sometimes used sarcastically
Kino Refers to techniques of escalating physical touch that are intended to turn a woman on
Married Game Refers to techniques that are intended for a married man to "game" his wife with
Dread game Using techniques in a relationship to make a woman dread your leaving her.

How Game spreads and evolves[edit]

Game spreads and evolves as men share their techniques, experiences, and observations of women with each other. Other men then test and report back on this input, creating a continually evolving consensus. This process accelerated with the Internet, which allows men to share instantly.

Denial[edit]

Game denial is a rejection of the techniques with which men are reporting success, in favor of techniques that men are reporting as failures.

Since Game deniers have little if any real support for their positions, they almost always resort to unfounded attacks on the consensus group.

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