Other, PUA Theory - Written by Entropy on Sunday, May 23, 2010 10:50 - 8 Comments

Styles and Locality

Here’s just some random food for thought on a lazy Sunday.

At this point, after spending a significant amount of time in all of the major cities in the western world, and meeting a significant amount of the coaches from around the industry, something occurred to me. This occurred to me after going out in London — I was taken aback by their seeming worship of “posh” and how the pretension in their clubs revolving around status is probably only rivaled by LA.

And here’s what I noticed: look at all the guys who are insanely good from London (AFC Adam, Beckster, Extraction Tim) and all of them were/are top promoters, are socially networked out the ass, and play the social status card hard for big success.

By the same token, all of the great guys from New York City (Brad P, 60 Years of Challenge, Rob Judge) have styles that involves escalating extremely hard and fast. Brad P has his “blow me or blow me out,” as well as 20 minute bathroom pulls, 60 with his “escalation is attraction” and Rob Judge mauls girls with a startling amount success.

All of the “routine” methods of pick up (Love Systems, Mystery, Style, Mehow) all come from southern California. Much of the inner game only/authenticity styles of game (AMP, Sean Messenger, Pickup101) come out of San Francisco. Guys in Vegas — Nick Quick, Epik, Start Being — all shit on ideas of comfort game or inner game and focus on pumping the girl’s buying temperature — to which I say, well, no shit, you’re in Vegas. The coaches from Dallas a few years ago (Sinn, El Topo, Captain Jack) all focused on sexual framing and qualification.

I could go on and on… Even Vin DiCarlo and I (both from Boston) have a similar analytical style in which we calibrate our game around connecting with each woman’s specific personality. This also struck me, as being back in Boston… it just feels easy again. Like I’m unconsciously wired to pick up women in Boston and so I have to try 50% as hard here as other places.

There may be something to it. There may not. But food for thought.

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May 23, 2010 12:47

im glad a well accepted pua finally mentioned 60 years of challenge…his stuff is just really legit.

May 23, 2010 15:36

Really interesting points, Mark. Never even thought of this one before.

Still would like you (and Doc) to expand on why you feel day game is limited though ;)

May 23, 2010 15:39

Hmm…. when (and how?) did I say day game is limited? I think it’s actually superior in a few ways.

May 23, 2010 17:01

How do you game in the agressive Brazil, and how wich city is most similar to it?

May 24, 2010 3:04

Maybe this means, that where ever you are, as long as you do game, you someday will have success. No matter of what your game consists.

Or there is a different game-style at all those different places, because the guys who develop them, all know each other.

May 24, 2010 5:28

In some cases they know each other… in most though, they didn’t.

“Maybe this means, that where ever you are, as long as you do game, you someday will have success. No matter of what your game consists.”

And this is absolutely true. Never forget, this is a numbers game. You can be the creepiest, weirdest, ugliest guy, and if you open enough sets eventually some girl will be willing to sleep with you. The “game” is all about consistency and quality.

May 24, 2010 20:58

Provided you’re familiar with his style of game, what do you have to say about GoneSavage’s game, considering he’s spent a significant amount of time traveling the US in a van?

May 25, 2010 4:33

I don’t know anything about it. But considering how unstable and not-glorifying my living around the world was for a year… I imagine living in a van would be ten times worse.

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