eat the pie in small slices...
a good overview of the map is very important, takes time to figure out all the contingencies, think over troop placements etc... and not be too greedy.
Synthetising some stuff that i've read and some experience at battlefield.
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I have a whole bunch of these on my profile front line, back from my first few months here as I was learning.
yeah. incorporated those into my scrapbook and credited u with the assist. tks again.
In flat rate, don't be afraid to go a round without taking a tert. The card simply isn't worth as much.
Here are a few 1v1 strategies I've found helpful:
1. It's probably good to avoid attacking neutrals in general, but I think especially in 1v1 games. Keep this in mind when deciding where you might be able to acquire a territory.
2. I also think it's important to prevent the opponent from getting any kind of troop bonus, not only for acquiring a territory, but also for obtaining a particular region count. I always pay attention to how many regions my opponent has. E.g., if my opponent has 13 regions, I try taking two if it doesn't spread me too thin, which eliminates the extra troop bonus for having 12 regions. It's also important to know the higher region bonus counts as well, especially if you're playing on a medium or large map.
3. As we all know from masterjskye's 1v1 data, going first is the most important strategy. I just haven't figured out how to consistently do that yet.