Best dating game apps

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If watching sports has taught us anything it’s that we can take games pretty damn seriously. Tinder set the model for most other dating apps: swipe right if you like the person; swipe left if you don’t.If both people like each other, it’s a match and a chat opens up between the two people. It’s so successful — boasting “over 6 billion matches and counting” — because it casts a wide net.That's the problem with Tinder and Happn..are literally matching you on sheer luck.You have to swipe right and then pray that person does too and even if it's a match, girls only follow through with meeting up 1% of the time. I would think there's less FOMO since you're not grinding through as many profiles as possible, so people actually take time to read profiles and/or chat.Those profiles then show up in a sea of photos on other users’ screens, which they can like or dislike.If two people like each other, it’s a crush and a conversation starts.If she doesn’t say something within 24 hours, the match disappears forever.

But here’s the catch: once a match is made, only the woman can initiate the conversation.

No app is better then the other, it's all about you. Tinder, Bumble, OK, Po F, and even Match and Eharmony.

I have zero day game, I spend 1 hour a day addressing my messages, and I have unlimited access to new pussy.

Coffee meets bagel is by far the best app for actually dating, it seems to draw women with their heads in the right like zoosk that don't have that name brand logo these other apps have usually suck.

never used match or eharmony, cause they seem too serious for me but a buddy of mine met his baby momma off match lol I found my ex girlfriend on Tinder but that was sheer luck.

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