Identifying Static And Dynamic Components

Since our opponents can usually move to some degree, you don’t control positions so much as manage them.

It follows that most ‘management’ scenarios require varying degrees of dynamic components.

Along these lines, which parts are relatively static, and what needs to be loose enough to give and/or totally morph at moments notice?

Concluding with a metaphor, a river is a relationship of water and rock. You can’t have one without the other.

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