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Positioning: The Logic of Sailboat Racing Hardcover – January 17, 1992
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The book itself is somewhat more repetitive in its phrases - that does help to drive it home but also gives a sense of "didn't I read that before"). Also I did prefer the TSBR format of small essays.
Also the diagrams are not as clear as the diagrams in TSBR.
If I could only get one book, I would get TSBR, but I did learn quite a few things (since they were put differently) so it was not wasted, but given the repetition and diagrams 4 stars.
Brilliant and deep information about sailing. Buy it and struggle through the complex sentences. I suggest putting commas to separate ideas. The editors won't let authors do this, instead preferring minimal notation, but it sure helps the reader to separate ideas in long sentences.
Great information that will loose anyone new to the sport since key explanations and diagrams are left out that would have made it make sense. Yet, for the experienced sailor probably a goldmine & Godsend of information. More sailing terms should have been put in to add clarity as to how he is using them.
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