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30 Bangs: The Shaping Of One Man's Game From Patient Mouse To Rabid Wolf Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 181 KB
  • Print Length: 105 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1470198924
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 9, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007J5C0O8
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Christopher on July 1, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
As the author of Tao and the Art of Being a Badass. The ancient secret to becoming a complete badass with women, I know a fair thing or two about being an Alpha male and how it can bring you great success with women. So that's partly the reason why I love to read Roosh's stuff; he speaks with great authority on how the confident and outgoing style he's developed works out there in the real world. The other reason I love to read Roosh is that it's ridiculously entertaining and easy to read. You don't just get a "How to" - you get a soap opera with it.

So, 30 bangs opens with the story of the "American Virgin" - the first successful conquest Roosh made using "game" tactics (the skills of the Pick Up Artists). It ends on the story of "The Hair" - a Brazillian bombshell with wild hair - "she looked like a Brazilian version of Shakira, with a booty just as big". In between we get to see how Roosh's game develops from small tentative steps to the confidence that comes with experience and with repeated failure. Oh yes, Roosh makes lots of mistakes along with way, and we get to share all the highs and the lows with him.

If there's a fault to this book it's its length. At only around 100 pages, you'll be able to read it all in a day. That costs it it's 5 star rating. But Roosh has written plenty more on the subject, with several books to his name. And I'm sure you'll become a fan after reading this one.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Menace on April 2, 2012
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In some ways I think 30 Bangs would make a great coffee table book, with one page having a picture of a girl and the other having the story of the bang. It's a fast read with Roosh's characteristic smoothly flowing prose and dry humor. As many have said, the stories lack a little depth, but that is because many of the bangs took place years ago.

The stories accurately highlight the book's preface, namely that 20% of the techniques give you 80% of the results (the so-called Pareto Principle). The techniques, if you can even call them that, are really just the fundamentals: approach, close with intent for the bang, and logistics to get her back to your place (or get into hers). Those (who like myself) are still developing their game style would do well to take these lessons to heart. Approach, close, and logistics is just like squat, bench press, and dead lift in weight training.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Brandon on March 28, 2012
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I've read both Bang and Day Bang and would recommend this book to anyone wanting a more detailed look at seduction through game. It's intetesting to see how a woman's strong need to appear non-slutty can almost always be overridden by persistence. I've learned how important it is to think big when it comes to sleeping with lots of women, and only settling for measly numbers as a final resort.

Like Roosh's other books, he does a great job of chunking up and down through the hierachy of steps to getting laid. 30 Bangs, though, will be so valuable to many players because it's more chunked down, focusing on specific seductions instead of the overall big picture theory. Prepare to develop some effective generalizations after reading.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dave on April 15, 2012
Format: Paperback
Loved the book. Downside was, was that I finished it too quickly! I found myself fiending for more fun bang situations to what trouble you'd find yourself in next. I think it took away from the analytical and self reflective nature that Bang and Day Bang allowed for. Instead of envisioning myself like I did in those books, I felt like I was just along for the ride in this one. I will go back and read it a second time to allow myself to envision making the moves when confronted by a similar situation you found yourself in.

Additionally, and perhaps this could be some fodder for your next book, but I'd love to read a book titled 30 (Not) Bangs. I think looking at failure and the missteps you've taken could be just as important as the correct steps you did take. Looking at it from failure's point of view could allow for introspection as to why something failed and think about steps as to how it could have improved. I love to hear advice from others who can reflect on the mishaps which led them to future success.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By raliv on April 2, 2012
Format: Paperback
I enjoyed the book not only for its entertainment value, but also as it puts you inside the mind of a man who has clearly honed his game to an expert level. Its simplicity is its strength, with each chapter no longer than 4 or 5 pages starting with Roosh approaching and going through the pickup to get the bang.

A lot of game deniers don't understand what game is: it's a set of techniques and skills that one employs to help get laid. A couple of things that really stand out is that while Roosh does a few things differently, he sticks to a fairly simple plan that is motivated to a very definite goal: get the bang at all costs. Also, the book is a story of how Roosh got his game better. In the beginning, Roosh is kind of sloppy and makes frequent mistakes. Each notch teaches him new techniques and lines which, after they work, spring back up later in the book. By the end of the book, Roosh, while still making mistakes, is a machine who seduces in a conveyor belt like fashion.

From the opening line to the final bedroom seduction move, 30 Bangs documents how Roosh got the skill set he has today. A lot of novice game learners will be very excited to read this book as it may illuminate what you are doing wrong when your own seductions fall apart. There is almost always a moment of truth in the seduction when you have to make your move to overcome defeat. It was fun to read Roosh work overtime and go to extreme lengths to make sure the bang happened.

While Bang and Day Bang will teach you the skills and techniques of game, 30 Bangs is the compendium of entertaining and humorous short stories of Roosh learning and using them in the field. He does not try to teach you anything in 30 Bangs, as all his material is in Bang and Day Bang.
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