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    Cool Creating a cheatsheet

    Hey guys, so I collected lots of routines that fit me and my game. I'm trying to put together a cheatsheet with select openers, attraction and comfort routines, negs etc. I want to use it when i'm sarging in clubs or doing daygame. Just wanted to ask if you guys use a cheatsheet too (physical or on your phone?) and what your experiences are with it and if you have any tips on how to best set it up and use it.

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    Default Re: Creating a cheatsheet

    yeah it works for a quick sticky point guide bt aint useful if theres a lot to read ...

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    Default Re: Creating a cheatsheet

    Here is a tip brada ,using routines and 'cheatsheets' will make you lack the ability to have good comebacks against resistance and 'tests'. The only routines i personally use is stories ,cause' stories are canned ,they are told over and over thats natural ,but hey routines are a great way to start an interaction ,and get it going just dont depend on em
    Dont have routines as the cards in your deck ,have skill instead ,because once a routine is done ,its done ,you cant do it again in the same interaction ,but skills can be done over and over ,so then you could play a card twice.

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    Default Re: Creating a cheatsheet

    Cheat sheets are helpful, if they remain cheat sheets and not some 20 page material. even one page is too much. A few rows and that'll do the trick.

    For example :

    1) 2 routines
    2) one IVD
    3) one dhv story
    4) rest is go with the flow ( incl. c&f, busting her balls, etc. )

    That's all I need. And even sometimes, these are too much.

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    Default Re: Creating a cheatsheet

    I don't have a cheat sheet, but I always keep in mind a few good statements/questions for when there's a slow point in the conversation and recycle them as needed. The more you practice these, the more easily you'll remember them and you won't need a cheat sheet.


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