When encountering players who think they are weaker than themselves, they can’t play what they want during the game, or they feel inexplicable how they can play like this. Why does this happen? How to solve it? This question is very interesting. When I encounter such a player for consultation, I sometimes joke with the player and say to him/her: “Maybe your opponent also thinks you are weak, but it doesn’t matter.” Then who is weaker? ? Then how do you assess that your opponent is weaker than you? Here are six ways to think about it for your reference. Reasonable assessment of strength: Assessing strength is multifaceted, but there is always a way for you to draw conclusions. When you think that your opponent is weak, it means that the opponent’s evaluation scores in many aspects are worse than yours. Only then will you have the opportunity to take advantage and become a player with relatively better strength. In addition, in the evaluation item, there is also the question of “weight”, that is, how important the item is to the competition. Players are used to prioritizing “technical display” and considering it with the most weight. However, their psychological quality is often seriously underestimated, leading to misjudgment of the situation and a bad game. Or even if you win but the content is poor, you will lose to your own standards, so don’t forget to take psychological quality into the evaluation. Competitive skills and tactics: Sometimes the opponent’s strength does not seem to be strong, but when encountering a situation where the skills and tactics are contradictory, the opponent will make you uncomfortable, difficult to perform, and mentally flustered. Therefore, only by knowing how to adjust can we avoid the danger of mutual restraint, turn danger into good luck, and win this competition smoothly. Winning skill: Players sometimes get lost in mistakes, but Fan hopes to see his best side in every game. However, some opponents are suitable for playing, while others need more turns to play smoothly, such as controlling the opponent more, instead of emphasizing more attacks. At this time, “winning cleverly” is more important. The so-called “ugly wins, smart wins” is the truth. Play with a normal mind: It is usually because of thinking too much that it affects the performance of decision-making and execution, which leads to fear of losing to weak players. Since you have an advantage, you don’t need to think too much, and you can get good results if you play with a normal mind. Don’t underestimate the enemy: You have to have a good attitude, show your strength steadily and steadily, and don’t take it lightly. Otherwise, once there are more mistakes, it is easy to panic and lose the game that should not be lost. Therefore, don’t relax, and only then can you do the details that should be done well and win the game that should be won. Don’t be afraid of losing face: the more you care about what others think of you, the more afraid you will be of losing to a weaker opponent. You are deeply afraid that once you lose to a weaker opponent, you will also be labeled as a weaker player. Therefore, don’t worry about losing face when you lose. Maintaining a good attitude is equivalent to having a good state. If you use a good state to compete, you can play to the level you should have. In short, the next time you play, maybe you don’t need to preconceive who is strong and who is weak, but look at the situation and play as you want. This will instead allow you to perform at your best and bring good results.