Think about what your opponents are doing

Then run rings around them. “Seeing your enemy’s plan can, and often should, influence your approach in many ways,” says Passemard. “For example, if your enemy picks a heavy setup in an open map, you can use their weakness to flank them and change your position many times. With a slow composition, your opponent can’t control a huge portion of the map at the same time and is forced to play take a more careful approach, lacking up-to-date information about your positioning.”
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