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Rather, all four types of game have advantages and disadvantages as compared to the other styles.
You may have noticed that I have never said online game is “the best” or that “night game sucks” or “social circle game is for pussies” or whatever. That being said, there certain game styles that work better for certain types of guys.
We’re not talking about which “suck” and which are “good”.
And he's dating and hooking up with hot women left and right. I do hate clubs I don't like music, crowds, drinking, or being out at 2am.
So as soon as my game got good enough that I could meet enough women through day game, I switched to that.
Sometimes guys get all esoteric and talk about things like “dance floor game” (really night game) or “street game” (really daygame), but in reality, every possible way you could meet a woman will fall into one of the four above categories.
The only possible exception I can think of would be “celebrity game” when you’re famous and fans/groupies are throwing themselves at you, but we aren’t celebrities so that’s not even worth discussing.
Still, even day game is limiting to what you can accomplish that day and what women happen to be out that day.