Wise grasshoppers should never argue with foolish grasshoppers because the other grasshoppers cannot tell the difference. In essence though, the point that wiser strategy is dictated by game conditions and not personal preference is part and parcel of the working definition of strategy. So in that sense, I think yavoon is not 100 percent incorrect. However, his dogmatism would indicate that he is unable to discern when any particluar strategy would be better than another because of his belief that a single strategy is the only viable option. He reminds me of a friend that has worn the same hairstyle since the 1950's. Lucky for him, every 30 years, it comes back into vogue. There are some games conditions that allow for multiple strategies that will work to acheive a goal, and there are other conditions that suggest a single particluar strategy will yield the best results.