powerscore classification question

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powerscore classification question

Postby iheartkennypowers » Fri Sep 23, 2011 1:50 am

hey everyone,

i just have a quick question regarding a component of the powerscore logic games bible classification system.

basically i am just wondering, as i have recently started using the lgb, how "basic linear: undefined" games differ from basic linear: balanced, underfunded and overloaded games, and which, of any, the undefined games are most similar to relative to these other types of games...really basic question i am sure but i've only really worked through the balanced games in the book thus far and am just wondering about the undefined games


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Re: powerscore classification question

Postby Bobeo » Fri Sep 23, 2011 8:15 am

I'm pretty sure undefined just signifies that you don't know how many of the elements you news to select. So it could use them all once (balanced), more than once (underfunded), or more than once (overloaded).

Hobestly though, I love PS but I've found that they try and overclassify thongs sometimes. I consider myself pretty good at games, and never once have I thought "wait is this overloaded or underfunded". Obviously the Linear vs grouping distinction is important but beyond that I'm not sure how helpful it is.

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