Daygame(.com) and The Mystery Method

Tom Torero (you may know him from Daygame.com, as he used to work for them, or from his fake in-field videos), in his latest podcast admits that the London Day Game model (LDG), which was formerly known as “The Day Game Blueprint” from DayGame.com, was a direct modification of the Mystery method. Continue reading “Daygame(.com) and The Mystery Method”

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Pickup Decoded is the reason why you shouldn’t trust a PUA

I have write for many Pickup instructors who are fake. In this post we will see another fake instructor and this time is Frank Haro (Frank nightgame from pickup decoded). Continue reading “Pickup Decoded is the reason why you shouldn’t trust a PUA”

Are RSD instructors using models in their videos (?)

I like RSD. And the reason I like them is that although they sell nothing (OK, sorry, my fault, they teaching “Natural-Direct with a little puff of Brutal and sprinkled with plenty awesomeness” GAME), they have managed to reach the levels of fanboyism from companies like Apple and Sony. But as it seems, they are using models in their videos. Continue reading “Are RSD instructors using models in their videos (?)”