Most of us are not ruthless at all. We practice cooperatively, and play for fun and exercise and camaraderie and self enjoyment and improvement in our games and characters. Most don't try to win in partner situations, but try to help our partner, many times over our own improvements, with our without realizing the truth. Yet, we don't intimidate. Beast does not come out. We don't attack with all our skill and might and are not threatening. Most of you will say, "We don't have to be ruthless. We don't have to beast out.", etc, or some version. Some will realize they have not been willing enough to throw ourselves into all out attack on whatever level that means for you. You just aren't willing to do what it really takes. Or are you? Match play reveals the truth. How little of you makes into the arenas. How much. Is up to you and only you. Choking or beasting. Yeah, I know, we don't have to beast out. For the gentlemen, which is most of us, that's true. For the world class versions and real pros, it's false. Not just a physical beast. A screaming, gloating, fist pumping, crowd pumping beast.