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Cook, from Alan Millhone

May 14, 2010 |

 In the parlance of checkers, the use of a preprepared line of play that corrects long established published play or is a new and innovative move that catches a player off guard is called a 'cook'. While playing you casually make your moves expecting the game to follow along well charted territory– then your opponent at a predetermined juncture springs their trap!

Does the Market Mistress lull traders into a false sense of security before pulling out the rug and she stands back and watches the dominoes tumble? In tournament checkers we use a 156 opening deck to begin our games. Three move play is like a vast ocean.

I see the market as vast and complex and constantly on the move as the tides.


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