What do you mean a queen for a pawn is not a good trade?
@The Flame War, some times its not a good trade. I like to suck in inexperienced plates by sacrificing my queen to their pawn, or other piece, they think they got the better deal, but I made them open up their defences so I could get a check mate.
This is exactly how I play Risk. Have no clue what I'm doin, I just wing it.
@ TouchMyCatEars, that strategy sounds kinda risky
@ TouchMyCatEars, no matter what I do in that game, it always leads to defeat. I will win one day!
@TheGoogler, I'm rooting for you
@ TouchMyCatEars, this is how I play life except I’m not talking about the board game
@ TouchMyCatEars, I am a diabolical dictator in risk. I had all of Asia from the beginning and just sat there, building my troops while the rest had their petty squabbles. One attack med and I shouted "you have angered the red dragon" (I had red pieces) then knocked him out of the game in a single turn. Europe is now mine, so I took Africa and south America in the next few turns, knocking another out of the game. Next turn was Australia. The person that had North America gave me a good fight but in the end none could resist my power.
@ORGANIC, thats how stalin ran the red army at the beginning of the winter war and ww2.
This is how I won a game of chess against one of my friends. I put my queen in danger, so he worried I had a secret plan to screw him over if he took my queen. I just didn't know what I was doing
I just press all the buttons like how I play fighting games
Starcraft! I build a carrier fleet and shore up minerals and spam zealots in all quantities every and drive my enemy absolutely nuts before he defeats me.
I hate playing turn based strategy against one of my friends. He takes 5 minutes every turn and I take less than 30 seconds because he looks at every possibility he has and I just go with my plan and make small changes while I WAIT ON HIS TURN