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Old 09-24-2012, 07:42 PM #3
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Depends, a fighter should engage when he has an advantage if a guy is just running around not taking advantage of opportunities you could ask for more.

However asking a guy to engage when it doesn't favor him, that is not really playing to win. Of course there is the exception of if a guy is behind and needs to make something happen to win, then a guy should be going for broke no matter what the odds say.

I always want guys to play to win, however much they engage.
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