What is it about?
The clue is in the title. It tracks Nick Krausers’ best year in game – 2014. He begins the year making instant oats and playing video games in London before jetting off around Europe on ‘euro-jaunts’ in the pursuit of younger, hotter and tighter vagina.
Is it any good?
I have this and his original memoir, Balls Deep. There is a definite improvement in the quality and style of writing, you can tell he’s put a bit more effort into it. There is some solid game advice in there however, it is obviously not a ‘how to’ book. There are few typos and full stops missing but this doesn’t detract from quality and it’s obvious which word he meant to type.
It’s a memoir explaining how he negotiated his way to Advenutre sex despite challenges e.g. Dental problems, travelling with wings who are at different stages of their own journey, melt downs, LMR, periods etc. This makes it much more relatable and shows that he’s actually human. You could probably read it cover to cover in a couple of days but it took me a couple of weeks as I was out chasing skirt the rest of the time. I like the fact that there are no captions or boxes on the side of the pages with snippets of information that disrupt the flow.
There are quite a few LOL moments in there. I LOL’d the hardest when he was describing how he took Julieta from virginity to anal adventure sex. She asked him ‘am I slut because I love it in the ass?’.
I have yet to do a girl in the ass from daygame, this has inspired me to try it.
There is an array of porn star references in there which made me chuckle and he frequently says ‘bitches be crazy’ when explaining the behaviours of some of his conquests.
If you’re bashful in public then I wouldn’t recommend carrying this book on the tube with you as you may randomly bust out laughing and get some funny looks, as I did.
Did I learn anything?
As an aspiring player on a journey of my own I learnt a lot, most notably that I still have a long way (78 lays to be precise) to go before I can call myself a ‘player’ by Krausers definition. I didn’t have any ‘eureka’ moments or epiphanies whilst reading it but I could relate to a lot of it.
He drops a few names of date venues in London which I have since tried, this is always useful. He also drops names of places around Europe which I will investigate when I go to said places.
There are some stories in there that barely sound believable e.g. 4 girls in one day on his last afternoon in Prague. I didn’t think such a feat was possible, however, it provides motivation to get to this level.
I have since applied some of his methods to my own game. For example, how he handled Dunja on her period.
Krauser has set the benchmark and if a middle aged, bald, Geordie can do all that then surely anyone can. What’s your excuse?
Should you buy it?
Yes, it’s definitely worth £25. I will be adding it to my ever expanding Daygame library and I’ll probably re-read it next year.