Sometimes names start popping up. A bit here, a bit there. They start to become familiar even if you can’t quite remember why. Daygame Breeze has been like that, as the NYC daygamer’s blog and Twitter have started gaining some traction. Maybe Gilbert talked about him once, or something. Anyway, it turns out the young whippersnapper has just posted a lengthy review of the second edition of my Balls Deep memoir.
That was rather nice of him.
It’s a proper lengthy review too, comparing the themes of my book to those emerging in his own daygame adventures.
“having just finished Balls Deep, the first volume in Nick Krauser’s voluminous memoir series. And oh my, it is a hell of a book.”
I agree, pal. It is. The full review is HERE and I suggest you read it in its entirety.
“In much of the book, we read of Krauser’s journey through Game as told through a chronological collection of new experiences with different women. Perhaps I’ve read enough lay reports that, although I enjoyed every bit of his memoir, I wasn’t moved by those stories as much as I was by the change in his mental model of reality. At the beginning of some chapter, he explains that he goes through pains to ensure that all of his thoughts–whether it be on economics, government or women–are consistent with one another. Like Krauser, I got in to Game to solve a scarcity problem in my life, yet found myself going down a rabbit hole of psychology, philosophy and history. We learn how Krauser gets red-pilled and his reaction to it.
You see, Balls Deep is much, much more than 650 pages of racy stories. It also transcends the narrative of a technical man learning/developing Game technique.”
Breeze goes on to consider how, as a second (or third?) generation London Daygamer he related to my material the way I related to Roissy’s famous blog, back before he got cancelled. Like many of my pals, Breeze soon realised that getting laid is just the entry point of Game. Once you make that big Red Pill step – the decision to confront your existing beliefs and put them to the test – what Roissy called “where pretty lies perish”, you disappear down the rabbit hole. Everything is fair game. You become a changed man.
Or not, for the soyboy spergs who run around like numpties, perhaps taking a The Natural Lifestyles bootcamp now and then, and failing to get laid at all.
But the real guys- Team Top Lad, and those intending to join said team- they know Game isn’t just technique. It’s about complete personal overhaul. It’s deep level identity change. It’s what Breeze terms realising (or generating) the Inner Chad.
“Game isn’t a hack to the sexual market place either. Rather, it’s a challenging path that lets us improve our lot in life by realizing (or generating) our inner Chad. To me, this means improving my fitness, fashion, social skills (through cold approach) and frame. Guys who optimize their position in the SMP without cash or fame tend to focus on inspiring feelings in the girls we date through high-quality attention. I believe this is synonymous with “charisma” as Nick refers to it.”
Yep, more or less. I suppose you could call it the process of Krauserfication. Not sure that term will catch on. Have a look, lads. It’s a nice little post. And he says nice little things about my book.
If you can’t control yourself and you must have Balls Deep right fucking now, head over to your local Amazon website and give it a search “Nick Krauser Balls Deep” for hardcover and softcover options. Brits click here. Yanks click here.
September 17, 2020 at 8:02 pm
Are ye gonna stop being gay and come out for a beer?
September 17, 2020 at 11:16 pm
Thanks for the link to my post.
Not sure how you wrote six more books when most of the transformational change appears to have been completed by the end of volume one, but I’ll find out. Until then, gotta flip more stones.
September 18, 2020 at 7:35 pm
Daygame Mastery and Daygame Infinite are the best books I’ve read. I hope that you will write others books about Daygame. There are still a lot of subjects to treat (relationships, build a harem, deep conversion, how to improve our SMV…)
September 18, 2020 at 7:38 pm
These books help me a lot. Thanks to you, I can bang some girls now. [Glad to hear it. Give ’em one from me. K.]
October 8, 2020 at 10:55 am
I too benefitted greatly from Mastery and Infinite. Especially the Mastery section on neutralising AA, and the Infinite section on Daygame River / Don’t Embrace The Grind.
My biggest sticking point, by far, was my rucksack and having poor vibe.
September 21, 2020 at 9:30 pm
I opened a certain Lenina Crowne today Nick. You’ll be pleased to know she loved your story about your porn star lay. Although she did say your porn star was making porn stars look bad carrying massive heavy duty sandwich bags full of drugs. Gotta love British civility! As gorgeous as she was I felt disgusting talking to her. Like behind the thin veneer of beauty was an std riddled nympho. Grim. Still, almost had my first porn star experience! Encouraging!
September 22, 2020 at 9:04 pm
“Game isn’t just technique. It’s about complete personal overhaul. It’s deep level identity change. It’s what Breeze terms realising (or generating) the Inner Chad.” Yes! It’s good to hear this from the “master” too. I’ve been thinking this too through my game journey. Too many people confuse game with just in-set techniques, but it’s much more than that.
September 28, 2020 at 12:06 pm
Will be in Warsaw next month Nick. Will you be in town? You know..so I can avoid you? Almost got an Ex Sports Illustrated swimwear model 9 and runner up Next Top Model in her hime country out on a date. Got friend zoned but its cool. My experience tells me if she was in her prime it would have been easier to get her. How is that for a paradox? Encouraging times Nick!
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October 4, 2020 at 6:35 am
yes agree its a good book,, still waiting for volume 6 to complete the set…. also, is that stealth comfort thing on your website suppose to be a piss take? its not suppose to be a real product is it? because its been “coming soon” for years now… cheers
October 4, 2020 at 3:58 pm
Nick, you said you have in you another textbook as large as Infinite.
Count me in to be the first to buy when released!
This too – drop us maybe a cover of memoir 6 or a teaser of something…
October 5, 2020 at 12:45 pm
Nick. I recommend this video for your happiness & forward direction”
October 20, 2020 at 11:17 am
I’m not licking your bum Nick but to write millions of words must of been a stupendous effort of concentration, and must of called for extraordinary powers of imagination, a vast fund of historical practical knowledge and quantities of stamina. Your achievements is even more remarkable when it is remembered your other commitments of lead generation, SMV maintenance, stormy love-affairs etc .
October 23, 2020 at 4:59 am
Hey Nick, how much are you betting on Trump at the bookies this year? I recalled you won a good chunk of change last election cycle. Would you be cautious of betting a high amount this time due to the election potentially being rigged with the mail-in-votes?
October 30, 2020 at 11:46 am
Journey out of Gamma hell update:
Well well well, it’s been an interesting few months.
Improvements made, then stagnation- not wanting to fully change my identity- then corrections and realizations.
I will say this: in the next two or so months, till the end of the year, I have the opportunity to mostly banish the Gamma from me, to become a respectable and worthy man- a man with a bright future.
I have improved (ie masculinized) my body and mind noticeably, but some ‘soy’ still remains. Periods of impressive resistance training were followed by weeks of ‘slacking off’, and so my body is not as strong and lean as it could have been.
At times I let go of the ‘Gamma thinking’ (ie resentments) and I focus on a higher vision. Too often, though, the feminized mind comes back. Work has been done and I’m far more centered than a few months ago, but I need to totally walk away from these habits.
I am setting myself up for a big end of the year. I know this is it, I can feel it. The door out of gamma hell lies in my habits and practices till the end of the year.
If I do what I am setting myself to do, I will have a leanish and much stronger physique, the equal best physique of my life. In order to accomplish this, my mind will have to go to a higher place, to focus consistently on my vision, and will have to let go of the energy-draining gamma activity.
This is it, the next two months. [Keep it up. K.]
November 19, 2020 at 10:15 pm
Have you read any of Mencius Moldbug stuff? I know you used to be really into Mises: [I read his Twitter. I’ve mixed feelings on Mises. Been reading his Socialism. Mostly good but you can see the Jew jewing in it, trying to undermine the gentiles. K.]
Check him out. I’d be interested to hear your thoughts.
October 12, 2021 at 1:20 pm
My review (not a native english speaker):
Overall great book
– Reads easily and smoothly, and is actually quite a page turner.
– What really lifts the book up is the “inner game” journey. It makes this a heroe’s journey of actual character development. Every aspiring player can relate to this journey.
– You gotta respect Krauser’s analytical skills. In analysing game, but also in analysing his own journey and structuring it in an easily digestable book. The book reads smoothly and generally nothing feels redundant.
– I like that the book shows how much you fail as a (day)gamer. Very relatable.
– Minor negative point is that several times while reading, I felt that I had already read these extracts on his blog. Can’t be too critical cause the blog is free content and the book is also not expensive. But it did bring me out of the flow sometimes.
The inner game chapter really put the rest of the book into context. I already felt like his interactions with girls seemed very confrontational and he was keeping a distance. Curious to see if he will find a bit more balance in the next book(s). Again, very relatable.
If you like his blog then you will definitely like this book. I will buy the next book(s) and am very curious to see the further character development and inner game journey.
Btw thanks for the good blog! [Thanks for the kind words. I hope you enjoy the other volumes. K.]