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Using what we knew from being in the seduction community and studying game for years, we backward-engineered and created our own method to not only get the GIRL once, but EVERY TIME.

The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists (also known as The Game: Undercover in the Secret Society of Pickup Artists) is a non-fiction book written by investigative reporter Neil Strauss as a chronicle of his journey and encounters in the seduction community.

A good deal of the book focuses on how to obtain the elusive upper hand, or just hand, in a relationship.

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The downfall of ‘traditional game’ is that you have to be really well calibrated to run it.

If you’re like me, then you want the best results I went out and studied the guys that seemed to get it; the jocks, the frat boys, the hosts of the parties.

The first and most important thing to know is that the classical style of pickup doesn’t work if you don’t have perfect calibration from years in the field.

Everything that is out there is geared toward bars and clubs and not closed social circles.

Strauss tells the story of his success, the spreading of the romantic community itself, and his life at "Project Hollywood", a high-end mansion and a lifestyle plan shared by Strauss, Mystery, Playboy, Papa, Tyler Durden, Herbal, and other members of the seduction community.

He details how rivalries and animosity between members of the community lead to Project Hollywood's collapse and documents the start of "Real Social Dynamics" led by Tyler Durden and Papa.

He offers further guidelines for the process of seduction, which include preparing things to say before going out and telling groups of women surreptitiously impressive stories.

He also uses "false time constraints" (a reason that the conversation could end very soon) to put the woman of interest in a situation where she must convince the man she is interesting, discusses how to very slowly increase the amount of physical contact, and more.

I always used to think, how did that dumb frat boy get a new, super hot girl every weekend when he could barely string a coherent sentence together?

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