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I've read both books, and tbh I would recommend just sticking with BP LG. Their diagram methods are more intuitive than PS LG. But if you are adamant about doing both, I would do BP LG first and drill after every chapter using the Cambridge packets. Then I would skim over PS LG. The only thing the PS LG has over the BP book is that PS has a chapter dedicated to Misc./Neither games.
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jaylawyer09 wrote:Cambridge LSAT wrote:This chart will give you a good starting point. The classifications don't always line up neatly (especially for Assignment games), but it should help for drilling.
I will begin the drilling with the BP book tmrw
I think 7sages method to approaching games is more time efficient. I took blueprint and they have a great method for balanced unbalanced games.
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