How about a nice game of chess.
Objective [end]: checkmate king
Do you attack the king at the beginning of the game?
Do you attack and remove pawns first?
Do you attack and remove bishops, rooks, knights next?
Do you attack and remove queen mid-to-end?
Is the game being played public or private?
Do emotions affect critical thinking?
Add: important king control pieces [elim rogue elements]?
Add: how do you set the stage [board] re: public opinion [optics]?
“At this time.”
The Chess World: Chess strategy: what do you need to know about strategy and tactics?
Yury Markushin 10.02.2009
When you put your opponent in checkmate, it's his move next, but he can't move, that's why it's checkmate. … The game is already over because your opponent is checkmated.There's no need to 'capture' his king, and break a fundamental rule of any game by moving twice in a row.