Really really thank you for your reply! Thank you for dedicating me your time. It is really fantastic having the chance to discuss something you are studying with the author of the book you are reading, especially if he is one of the best PUAs.
I am the kind of person who love finding rules in everything and your approach in man-woman relationship is something that really satisfies me.
Your book is a magnificent guide step by step, which makes me feel confident: thanks to it I feel like I had everything under my controll. But I don't know how much it would be useful for a long game.
For example, thanks to "Natural game", I know when to be fun, when to be mr. seducer, when touching the girl, and so on.
But I would like to have a Gambler's book "Long Game" available right now, in order to know the map for the long game, the SEQUENCE of steps to adopt during a long interaction with a girl. When should I touch? When should I manifest interest? When should I be fun? When should I be seducer? And so on.
Yes, social circle is important, but I am really curious about the entire process of long seduction.
The last part of your post is really interesting: you suggest how to behave with different kind of women. And it is the last part that I would like to see realized in a new book.
I am a medical student and I have known a fantastic 26 year old girl: she is beautiful like a model and a very succesful doctor. I am 26. She looks at me with interest. She is shy. We don't have friends in common, 'cause I am new in that hospital. The context is very serious, so probably I should be a slow seducer.
I don't want to annoy you: I have described my situation in order to let you know what kind of method book I need.
"Natural game" shows a sequence of successful actions. In your opinion, can I use a big part of this sequence in a long time game? How much it can help me in becoming a good long game seducer?
The synthesis is this: you are my seduction teacher, the one I really trust. I would like to learn everything from this teacher, even out of the short game.
However, thanks for your support, Richard