“Experience isn’t interesting till it begins to repeat itself.
In fact, till it does that, it hardly is experience.”
– Elizabeth Bowen
Each game in itself is a learning cycle. The number of times you play and your cumulative learning will define your performance in future critical moments.
As you keep playing the same game, your learning cycles build on each other – in a way that they cannot if you keep switching games. As you increase your cycles, you increase your insight into the game.
All mastery comes from learning cycles: starting it, trying it, completing it, learning from it, and then repeating the cycle.