Like a chess game. Each move requires a counter move. Sacrifices are made until the final moves lead to a checkmate, or worse, a stalemate.
Hunter Security is involved in a chess game with a group of criminals after a big score. Each side is pretty evenly matched, but Hunter Security is on the defensive, and that is not a position of power. Moves and counter moves until the game is over. Checkmate? Or Stalemate?
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- Jerry Hooten, August 2011
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