Apparently I enjoy a good rant. All three of my favorites are rants. My choice for my best of 2011 is Standing up for Sitting Back.
Ever since Alongi was writing, most people have followed the belief that you play big threats and force your opponents to deal with them. I followed the Ferrett’s school of thought, laying in the weeds, only jumping out when the win is immediately in your grasp. This theory evolved for me as the years went by until you get this article. It describes a way to play that doesn’t force you to constantly deal with all of your opponents’ most vicious threats.