Yes I agree, but what if one of you experts work out some strategy combing both patterns/manners of play of Wes Copeland and Robbie Lakeman
Like George Riley did describe the two gamers different strategies they did follow in more detail here:http://www.classicarcadegaming.com/forums/index.php/topic,6672.msg75367/topicseen.html#msg75367
So taking George's idea forward practically:
Play from level 1 to 10 - aggressively like Robbie without loosing a man and then switch to a more conservative safer playing method of Wes up level 20.
Now if one can have at 10-1, no man loss about a few K ahead of what Wes score was for his 1.2M mark of 452,200 like what Robbie had of 469,900 for his 191K game.
Here Robbie allready did had 17K ahead in pressing points but becuase of Wes end game, Wes was able to max out.
So now from 10-2 switch to more safer manner of play to try reach 20-1 with no man loss or only one man loss, then at the end max out..?
Also maybe to work out a play strategy to safer at some screens and more aggressive at the more difficult ones?
Like maybe level 1 and 4 are "easier" to pressing for points for your experts whereas the other two play safer and so on..?