So, been making bad picks intentionally to make games interesting when getting bad opponents. Curious what other people think, is this likely to improve play by having to still put thought into moves due to potentially starting the game at a disadvantage, or more likely to just lead to me picking up bad habits inadvertently.
Turn 2 I deployed to Shanghai and didn't attack Jiangxi. That was the misclick error I was referring to.
If you're referring to my play in SEA/EC in regards to defending as being a mistake, that's debatable.
Some people will try and defend every bonus to keep as large of a lead as possible. If I don't need a bonus to ensure victory I tend to let it fold if defending it is a needless hassle. I only needed to put him on 5 income to win, thus that was a higher priority than defending SEA or EC. Indo was all I "needed" to keep intact to ensure victory.
Letting him finish EC or SEA would have been bad, letting him break them was irrelevant.