(updated at 18:18 hrs)
The Economist.com writer declared that three factors that enabled the Foxes to win were: their tactical guile; the squad's stability and the poor performance by the other competitors.
Using those factors, is it possible to predict a sporting team's seasonal success? ... (If you believe that, we have a bridge to sell you.)
The Abstract Behind the Factors
The quality of players establishes the tactics. The quality of tactics concludes the category of plays that would be used.
The reasons behind the poor performance of the other competitors are irrelevant for the moment. (Side note: If one focuses on exceeding the performance standard of their strategic situation, the score takes care of itself.)
Understanding the tectonic level behind the factors does offer a technical advantage for the perceptive strategist who is also ambitious.
Was it luck? Based on the bettors response, there were zero calculations on their part. This sort of wagering reminds us of those who play the lottery.
In the randomness of life, chance and the lack of information rarely ever favors the "naive" amateur speculator.
Click here on ESPN's story on the five turning points for Leicester and click here on the graph for
The perceptively smart strategist always "read" the strategic configuration of the grand situation before concluding any decisions.
The Li Quan Perspective on "The
"Those who excel in warfare contend for advantage with others only after determining through temple calculations that they will be successful.