Just one observation which you probably have made already.
Nemo loves to talk about the importance of reserves and their commitment, and I believe that deep down, they are the core of his vision of warfare (we all have a specific "way" of looking at things). Spot the reserves, where they are going, and you will have an edge.
Now, he (QBall in fact) just lost seven divisions in India, and the previous game had a "PP for borders" rule, which means those seven divisions represent at least half of his forces (exclucing China). QBall's perimeter was not specially small either, so, no matter how you look at it, he's spread thin in the Pacific, and he cannot build a decent operational reserve with his troops in the Pacific anytime soon.
In my opinion, his reserve will come from the Continent, China and Manchuria.
Do you have a PP for border rule? And does he hold the Changsha railroad (which allow to move units south)? And do you have an idea of QBall's stock of PP? If he can't move his troops easily, chances are he'll go for China and Russia, or try to gain time so that he can free them...
As for PsyOps, there's a cute Zen story, not precisely explicit (or it would not be a Zen story) but enlightening (because it is a Zen story)
Two students were arguing, a master came by and asked what they fought about.
- We're discussing the flag, over there, I'm saying the flag is moving, he's saying it isn't, the wind is moving
The master laughed
- fools! only the mind is moving.
Keep your mind immobile, "mindset" as they say, and the PsyOps won't work. It takes two hands to clap.
< Message edited by fcharton -- 10/17/2011 8:10:33 PM >