Outlaw Daygame

November 20, 2015

One thing I’ve noticed over 2015 is that London Daygame is most definitely a “thing” and Euro Jaunting is an increasingly popular lifestyle choice. Some men get to take their income geographically independent and live the Ferris-like dream. Others prefer to “oil-rig” it by working a few months on / few months off model. The less lucky souls have the 9-5 office grind but scalp a few long weekends here and there to board a flight Thursday night and still be back in the office Tuesday morning.

Personally, I have mixed feelings about it all.

On the one hand it’s great that there’s a pool of ever-improving men living the life I do and whether it’s a quick street chat when they recognise me, or a new friendship when we realise we hit it off well. There’s something less lonely and isolated about knowing that in any major city in Europe I know exactly where to go and what to look for to find a fellow traveller. It’s like Fight Club.


Happens every time I idate to a cafe

The fact they all buy my products and thus enable me to live like this is purely a coincidence. Honest.

The downside is that cities can get burned. There are enough barriers to overcome in getting laid from daygame without contending with the additional early-open Bitch Shield every girl suddenly developed because word got round that a bunch of foreigners are spamming the town and posting videos on the internet. Usually, it’s not a problem but every now and then it really stinks a place out.

All things considered, it’s mostly upside. I’ve met 7 or 8 fellows this year who I really like and now treat as travel buddies. There’s probably another 15 who I wouldn’t ever call up to arrange a trip but if they see me on the street I might share a coffee and a chat. Take it from me, when you’ve been Euro Jaunting as long as I have you come to really appreciate how difficult it is to find suitable friends. The pre-requisites each must meet are vanishingly rare and then they’ve got to like you too. Considering what a stubborn, obsessive bunch daygamers are (myself included) it’s surprising we don’t come to blows on a high-pressure Game trip.

When it works out, there’s a real Rat Pack vibe on trips. There’s a genuine underground community and it’s increasingly taking shape and becoming self-aware. With that in mind lets talk about my next public speaking enagement – Outlaw Daygame. It’s in London on Sunday 6th December beginning 11am. See the sign-up page here for details.

Admit it, you're scared

Admit it, you’re scared

Back in March, Tom and I were in Prague filming our Beginner Daygame free video and we got talking about if there’s some way to bring the separate practitioners of the London daygame style together. We felt like the r-selection shift was working well but their must be a way of pushing further forward. There must be a way to keep the solo sigma attitude of daygame but take the harsh edges off its isolation and pressure. Beer was drunk and eventually we hit upon the outlaw biker gang as an opt metaphor. While we don’t run guns, peddle drugs, or have an excellent TV series about us there are some similarities.

We’d long felt like our nomadic solo daygame made us outsiders. There is something inherently rebellious and fuck-the-system about it. You could say we were dating against some kind of machine. Six months pass and then Tom is in Kazakhstan with Eddie from Street Attraction bemoaning the woeful lack of local talent to shoot at. Minds wander and they soon hatch a plan to put on event in London that will put an exclamation point on this gradually emerging London Daygame movement.

“Nick, would you like to be involved?” says Eddie. “Me, you, Tom and Richard.”

Everyone reading this knows all about Tom’s skills and material. Through 2015 I’d had a couple of trips with Eddie and one with Richard so I’d seen with my own eyes that they belong. Right then, count me in! There’ll be a talk from each of us, a long Q&A, and probably also a general meet & greet over beers afterwards. Anyone bringing a book can have it signed, if that’s the sort of thing you like. I haven’t actually finalised my talk so if anyone has good ideas, let me know in the comments.


  1. Maybe talk about the future…your future – do you ever want to enter the gulag of kids,mortgage, marriage and have white babies….what is the future of day game especially if the masses cotton on and what does the future have in store for Western Civilization?

  2. “The downside is that cities can get burned.”

    Straight from the source: daygame is not sustainable if it become only just marginally popular. Only a dozen daygamers burnt Berlgrade. The more books you sell, the more guys practice daygame, the more girls grow an aversion shield, the less usefull the content of you books. A complete self destruction sequence.

    • Only if you do the usual jumping in front of them and repeat the same tired old lines about her looking French. Haha

      Plenty of other ways to do it that differentiate you from the chumps.

      • nationality assumption is still probably still the best way to approach if you are coming in cold … and certainly better than the “I thought you looked nice” opener (referenced below) which offers a women too much validation from the start, & that too on her looks, once you’ve pumped her value up she is going to punish you for it later (albeit politely as you’ve just given her ego a boost)

    • I believe that it takes too much balls and emotional effort to become very popular. That doesn’t mean that lots of people don’t try it, but sustained efforts over months/years ? No. And I’m fine with that – they’d probably try to outlaw it otherwise-I truly believe that. [Same reason why not many people can box, despite knowledge being in public domain for decades. K.]

  3. There is an interesting video-based story doing the rounds about a white British man with a Taiwanese girlfriend who got racial abuse in Taiwan.

    I watched the video (linked to in this BBC story) and I realised that the angry Taiwanese man is really trying to defend his K-selected society from what he perceives as an invasion of r-selected whites who get Asuan girls despite being losers who can’t make it in their own country.

    But he doesn’t have the terminology to express it in that way and inevitably just comes over as a bitter boot.

    The white guy has been with the same girl for 3 years, so is clearly not a PUA. But he becomes a whiny bitch the more he talks.

    I must thank you for explaining the whole r versus K thing, as otherwise I would see this as purely being about race when it is sex that is the real issue.

    http://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-34882824 [Taiwanese guy was a bully and foreign guy a total faggot, but yeah I think it was about K-taiwanese being angry at R-foreigners. Don’t really blame him. K.]

  4. Krauser, if your travels bring you to Zagreb soon, would you be interested in doing an interview, not about the PUA stuff but only hardcore politics and economy? I write a kind of an alt-right blog, and I’d love to hear some of your evil thoughts on contemporary problems of the West. [Maybe, but got no plans for Zagreb. K.]

  5. How about creating a forum for eurojaunters? i can create it if you guys refer to it on your websites. [Give it a go and see what happens. K.]

  6. I think there is a tendency to think that more ppl are doing something that you may be involved in than is actually the case … 1) your mind picks out whatever it is familiar with and leaves everything else in the background 2) you are surrounded by a clique of ppl also interested in that activity, in this case like minded daygamers who euro jaunt.

    I don’t think any city is going to get burnt out past a temporary phase … reason being

    1) there aren’t as many active daygamers at anyone time as you may assume, there is a huge churn, in London I assume there are perhaps max ~75 guys actually regularly going out and doing daygame. Most will take a bootcamp, watch a few videos and then give up almost straight away. At seminars and so on numbers can be deceptive as a lot of the guys there are just observers & casually interested and not actually approaching.

    2) going abroad to a strange city and approaching women is going to be even more difficult, as you have mentioned, the psychological difficulty will filter most guys out and if they indeed go with an intention to daygame I speculate many will end up sitting in a café reading a novel

    3) daygamers will cycle through various places, it seems a while ago prague was in vogue, then Latvia/Lithuania, more recently it was Poland, even more recently you went to ex Yugoslavia and found various groups of day gamers at work … as the cycle goes around there will be a fresh cohort of women to approach.

  7. One thing I am curious about is the countries you guys usually pick for game, I mean you guys are all Brits and usually talk about gaming in the anglosphere or eastern europe but i wonder why there is so little material on Western European countries (Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany .. etc)

    Is it just genetical preference or simply that its cheaper to travel to these countries? Or is it actually that these countries are harder to game? [More hot girls, less brown people. K.]

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