A couple of good video demonstrations taken from the pick up artist forum:
Notice the smooth transition from indirect to direct game to turn the frame secksual, and how he reacts when she makes it slightly awkward after the transition. The awkwardness was both an implicit shit test plus the result of her inability to properly reciprocate. You must remember that most women do not have the same level of mental scytheness as your average PUA. When something changes, they are often confounded, and react with awkwardness, literally by accident. Clearly she was interested, but how does one retain plausible deniability while giving the green light to her dance partner? In this aspect, as the guy, you must always lead. Don’t default on the common excuse of “this bitch is awkward, I’m out” to explain your lack of Game.
Staged, but a good example nonetheless. “I’m Ricco Suave” would be a good answer to “what’s your name?” or “Hi, I’m Ricco Suave” would be a good opener on its own. Penetrating eye contact before the close – while she’s still rambling – is money. 0:58 provides a good illustration. If there ever was a hard neg, “you’re one of the ugliest girls in this club” would be it.
If any of you are planning on doing approach marathons, I would recommend that you watch this first. Not for instructional reasons, but it will make blowouts and number closes seem more real and down to earth. Your goal is to be somewhat numb of both the emotional high of closing, and the low of a blowout.
Speaking of blowouts, yes, they happen. Don’t shit yourself over one. Training yourself to be able to jump to the next approach without holding on to the baggage of a slump is crucial to becoming outcome independent; both in approaches and relationships. Rejection should be strategically avoided when possible, but not feared or dwelt upon.