The Theory & Practice of Gamesmanship

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Stephen Potter's classic 1947 manual is the origin of the term 'gamesmanship' and humorously describes how to employ dubious, but not illegal, tactics to distract, disturb and generally put off your opponent in any given sporting situation. This nicely produced edition preserves the vintage feel of the original and the Machiavellian ploys are as relevant to the cunning game-player today as ever.

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The Theory & Practice of Gamesmanship

The Theory & Practice of Gamesmanship

The Art of Winning Games Without Actually Cheating

Hardback128pp Illustrated

9781909653146     Product Code: 219465

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Stephen Potter's classic 1947 manual is the origin of the term 'gamesmanship' and humorously describes how to employ dubious, but not illegal, tactics to distract, disturb and generally put off your opponent in any given sporting situation. This nicely produced edition preserves the vintage feel of the original and the Machiavellian ploys are as relevant to the cunning game-player today as ever.

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