The exception is based on Peck and Epstein’s assertion that every great relationship can survive one break up.
Generally speaking, there are two types of guys who go out and attempt cold approach pickup.
It means going out more, paying attention to things you’re doing that are working and not working and then adjusting accordingly.
Really good game is just as much about trial-and-error as it is about understanding the theory and history behind seduction.
He’s more concerned with the process itself and having a good time and doesn’t necessarily have a checklist of things he feels he needs to do.
On the surface, it seems like he takes game less seriously than, say the more methodical guys, but when you look closer he actually does pretty well for himself in the dating scene.
Treating game as a life or death situation will convey both of these traits, whether you realize it or not.
It’s a style made popular by well-known seducers from the mid-2000’s and probably works on occasion.