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|Posté le: Mar 5 Déc - 10:55 (2017) Sujet du message: What Donald Trump can teach you about winning at Diplomacy
The success in the GOP primary campaign is a classic example of one of Diplomacy's most effective solo strategies--divide and conquer. Successful PlayDip players seek to keep as many of their opponents around as long as possible during their slow and steady march towards a solo. Simply put, small powers can never effectively combine their collective strength against a superior opponent. Fear, jealousy, or boredom always gets in the way, especially when the lead player makes one of his weaker opponents a temporary ally. Consider then Donald Trump. Faced with over a dozen opponents, he allows himself to be overlooked while he builds an unbeatable base among white, non-college educated voters. His opponents, on the other hand, fight among themselves, carving up potential support, and allowing Trump to build momentum.
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