Winning at competitive games requires a results-oriented mindset that many players are simply not willing to adopt. This book walks players through the entire process: how to choose a game and learn basic proficiency, how to break through the mental barriers that hold most players back, and how to handle the issues that top players face. It also includes a complete analysis of Sun Tzu's book The Art of War and its applications to games of today. These foundational concepts apply to virtually all competitive games, and even have some application to "real life."
Trade paperback. 142 pages.
This review is not about the content but the format of the book. It's pretty obvious that the editor never check if the book was correctly showing in ibooks because it's not. Some words are glued together, some sentence are cut in the middle by a carrier return coming from nowhere, some headings are stuck at the end of regular sentence.
This is the most amateurish book formatting I have ever encounter. It's the quality of an underground scanned to ocr copy at best. Shouldn't even be for sale at this level...