So are you saying that the Norway-Wrus-Ukr attack is bad for LL and for ADS for the SAME REASONS? No, of course not. See my last post. Would you like to expound on the idea that what is good for ADS is good for LL and vice versa? For I disagree.
My contention is that what is good in LL is good in ADS HOWEVER what is good in ADS may not be good in LL.
My point about the nor/wrus/ukr battle is that just b/c you may succeed in certian battles (either individual battles here and there or a few battles taken in the same turn) in LL way way way more in ADS does not make it a sound strategy for the entire game. And I laid out just a couple of example where you could have high odds battles but it hurts you in the long run (the Moscow scenerio and the crazy ala move etc.)
It is much easier to translate LL strats to ADS.
I don’t think I said this triple would “inevitablely” fail in LL, I believe I said it “may” fail which in a way would confirm what the ADS odds told you in rd 1.
I certainly think there could be a coerrelation between LL odds and ADS odds.
Due to the nature of LL we know you can have a battle of a 100% success, which in ADS may be 90-95%. I don’t think it is then unreasonable to think that multiple battles in LL where you have 80% success awould translate to maybe 65% in ADS. Thus it isn’t unreasonable to think a LL battle with 60% success rate may then indeed be 40% in ADS (per your triple example).
So when playing a game in ADS if you have a threshold to actually go through with most battles (say you would like a 60-70% chance to succeed in ADS) that does not mean you’d have 60-70 in LL, the LL odds would probably be much closer to 80. So when you see a battle at 40% success in ADS it should probably tell you that you have maybe 60% or so in LL BUT those AREN’T great odds for LL, considering you can be much more efficient in your attacks in LL.
60% odds are not that great for LL, considering the best LL players probably should win about 75-80% of their games. Why lower your standards to 60%? It just doesn’t make sense to me. Maybe it is a good opening and causes enough damage to Germany, but I think it can leave Russia a bit too thin.
And yes there are times where 1-1 is a good trade and even times where you come out on the low end but the battle can still be deemed a success, but I don’t think Russia 1 is that time esp since the Axis can usually make an Africa push and Japan can make early gains in Asia, and it still takes the UK/US a few turns to get their shuck going.
I should also say that by strat, I mean a series of moves (or buys) that take place over several turns not something a player may do in only one move or one turn.