Getting an opponent to play one or more high-value cards through deception.
When a player baits their opponent, they force them to play a specific high-value card or series of cards prematurely that might have been better value at a more important stage of the match. For instance, a player may give the indication that they are trying to two-zero their opponent and then pass as soon as their opponent plays a high-value card or leader.
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