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  1. Anonymous #

    It is a wonderful piece of analysis about decision-making books. However, can you advice on which one you would go by whether it is the split-second decision-making or become more aware about what we want to do and take a analyzed decision?

    November 13, 2011
    • sammcnerney #

      Sorry, I am having trouble understanding your question. Could you clarify please?

      November 13, 2011
  2. wiLQ,It seems to me that a big part of the draft is luck. Aside from injuries (like Greg Oden), it has bcomee fashionable to draft very young players with enormous upside. That raises the probability of either hitting a home run or striking out vs, taking a 22 year old guy you know will be productive right away but with a much lower ceiling, It’s hard to tell which guys with enormous physical and athletic gifts are going to develop into star players and which won’t. If you swing for the fences and strike out, it’s not clear if you did the wrong thing. You just know you got a bad result. It’s not like you could bench Reggie Jackson in the middle of October just because he struck out twice with men on base. It happens. I think draft results need to be evaluated over a longer period of time. I think the trade side is much more revealing because you are usually dealing with players with established form and salaries.

    August 28, 2013
  3. I was GM’ing a game of 3:16: Carnage Amongst the Stars and the players were hunitng down a reptile queen on an alien planet. They players are a group of space marines, so their mission is to kill.They came across a tiny outpost of their own troopers and the Lt. there was acting crazy – he’d killed many of his own men by sending them on suicide missions. They left the outpost – worse off than before – to hunt the queen, but they focused on that Lt. for the rest of the game. Eventually they found where they thought the queen was supposed to be. She wasn’t there – my plan was that they were lured away from the base so the queen could attack the outpost and finally destroy it.Of course the players picked up on different hints. They suspected the queen had impregnated the Lt. with the next queen’s egg. It was a fantastic turn – better than I had coming – and so we ran with it.Afterwards I thanked the player who came up with it for thinking of such a great ending to the game for me!

    November 5, 2013
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