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Does Squid Game’s Tug-Of-War Strategy Actually Work? | Netflix IRL

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Player 001 (Il Nam) definitely knows a thing or two about tug-of-war, but does his killer strategy actually work? Today, we’re putting his skills to the test! Which team will survive Netflix IRL’s Squid Game?

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144 Comments

  1. Yes there is a basic strategy for tug o war that works that I tested years ago, the basic idea is the Stored energy in your muscles "ATP" will last for approximately 10 seconds, the way you take advantage of it is simple math, you lean back for around 6 or 7 seconds letting the other team waste energy then your team puts 100% for five seconds, then rest with weight back on the rope for around 3 seconds then give your all for another 3 or 4 seconds, the idea is to trick your opponents into using up all their energy

  2. Missed these guys together! LOVED watching them on React before it all went downhill…

  3. I really enjoyed watching this video! We need more Squid Games please👍

  4. THANK YOU!!! I've been wondering if the tactics could work. This was fun to see!

  5. If this type of tug of war then i will always want to loss. Bcz i want to enjoy in that sponge.

  6. Lmfao these guys literally are a bunch of fat asses compared to the lean and fit actors (regular people) on the show. Hahahahhaa obese f***ing merica for the win

  7. In the Show it wasn’t believable at all , just pure cringe . One team was overwhelmingly strong . No amount of tactics can overcome that level of physical different , Especially in a game that prioritise brute force .

  8. Yes if their hand was being tied or chain on rope like in series.

  9. Would’ve been interesting if you got an actual pro Tug of War team/experts to confirm if those tactics work irl competitions as well. Also didn’t feel there was a good anchor for either team. Nice video nonetheless.

  10. I thought you would show the let loose tactics to cause the team to fall and then to start pulling.

  11. 😑😒 each of your teams didn’t deploy the tactics correctly!

  12. Wow this is the "REACT" cast…I LOVE THEM

  13. We need more vids with the reactors PLEASE!! Was amazing to see so many of them back together

  14. Really?? You didn’t test Sang Woo’s three steps front theory?

  15. Yo, its our Tom and Jair from Teens React (a few others but it went FAST). Glad ya'll are doing more.

  16. My thoughts while watching that episode of SG was that the elevator must have been going so slow to be able to tell the whole story and instruct everyone in what to do.

  17. This video didn't reall showcase the tactics used in squid games. Like one commenter said, all of the physically strong should have been on one side using brute force only and more physically weaker players on the other side using the tactics.

  18. You forgot that the people in SG were strapped to the rope. You can use that as leverage as well

  19. Someone please fill me in. This is my first time on this channel. Can anyone explain to me the FBE connection here? Much obliged.

  20. They didn't even lean back all the way. What tactics did they use?

  21. My carpal tunnel flared up just watching this

  22. They should have tied 1 side of the rope to the yellow rods

  23. That wasnt fair. The red team had more women. Strength was unequally balancrd between the 2teams

  24. in my next expedition, me and my class mates are gonna try to use this strategy

  25. U guys did the tactics wrong, which ever team has the strongest person at the back will win. Blue team round 1 n 3 strongest person at the back n round 2 he was the 2nd person in line. So really first round red should have done the tactics, blue team doing the tactics on the second round. Fact check plz.

  26. You really found a bunch of people that have never played tug of war in their lives huh?

  27. The guillotine was just C R U E L, slicing the rope after a team was pulled off their tower.

  28. Having gone to military school, and playing my fair share of tug of war, I can assure you that the steps forward approach works if there’s no way the other team is expecting it.

  29. This was good. Though they have missed the part that the leader is important but the person at the back is important because should hold the team like an anchor of the ship.

  30. Tug-of- War is a game I love to watch people play. So much fun. I enjoyed seeing Tom in the video.

  31. "And I'm in debt because of student loans."

    Woah! I thought this was supposed to be a fun video. That one hits a little too close to home…

  32. I've been waiting for someone to make a video like this so thanks for that but I wish you would've tested the running forward tactic.

  33. Anyone else recognize those people from React and FBE?

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