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Mystery is an aspiring Toronto magician who charges $2,250 for a weekend pickup workshop. He is not much to look at: a cross between a vampire and a computer geek. But by using high-powered marketing techniques he's turned seduction into an effortless craft--even inventing his own vocabulary. His technique sounds like a car salesman's tip sheet: his main rule is FMAC--find, meet, attract, close. He employs the "three-second rule"--always approach a woman within three seconds of first seeing her in order to avoid getting shy. Other tricks: Intrigue a beautiful woman by pretending to be unaffected by her charm; also, never hit on a woman right away. Start with a disarming, innocent remark, like "Do you think magic spells work?" or "Oh my god, did you see those two girls fighting outside?" And finally, the most important characteristic of the pickup artist--smile.
After two years, Strauss ends up becoming almost as successful as Mystery, but he comes to an important realization. His techniques were actually off-putting to the woman he ended up falling in love with. And they never prepared him for actually having a relationship. After a while, he ran out of one-liners and had to have a real conversation. Still, The Game is a great read that may help some AFCs come out of their shells. --Alex Roslin
I bought this used on Amazon. Paid just under $10 for it. Looks almost new in my opinion. To my surprise, it looks and feels like a bible. Haha.Published 16 days ago by David
I bought this for my brother, but I also listened to it out of curiosity. It's not so much a how to or a tutorial on the art of picking up women as it is a compilation of stories. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Shea
A fun read for sure. Don't know if I subscribe to the methods but definitely an entertaining book and a great read.Published 24 days ago by Matty B
I liked the straight talk and descriptions of events. I did not like all the abbreviations I would not recommend the book to anyone, I do not do recommendations. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Michael
I recommend this book to anyone! Neil Strauss is an excellent writer and every page of this story kept me hooked! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Thomas Louzon
Well, this is pretty much a story about pick up artists. It's not the content of their pick ups. That's a different book. It wasn't a bad story, I just wasn't expecting a story. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Patrick Bowling
An excellent story written with excellent story-telling technique, full of ideas and possibilities, and a very human, warm conclusion. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ivan Voras