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8 bags of coke on day 3 of a Deathwish Framing Frame pro job I got stuck in a Mexican standoff with a guard

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limit my search to /r/paydaytheheistuse the following search parameters to narrow your results:see the search faq for details. The tactics for such a confrontation are substantially different from those for a duel, where the first to shoot has the advantage. In a confrontation among three mutually hostile participants, the first to shoot is at a tactical disadvantage. If opponent A shoots opponent B, then while so occupied, opponent C can shoot A, thus winning the conflict. Since it is the second opponent to shoot that has the advantage, no one wants to go first.

It basically any stand off where attacking and decisively defeating your opponent puts you at risk of receiving an equally decisive attack from another opponent or more accurately, another factor. Despite what /u/autowikibot linked, that third party doesn have to be hostile to the person you be initially attacking (nor does it even have to be an actual person) they would simply need to have desired resolutions (or more accurately, more than two possible resolutions would need to be realistic) that differ from both of you, or more abstractly a situation would need to have three (or more) possible outcomes, where each outcome is uncertain in its manifesting and contingent on certain actions by any of the parties involved. In classical situations of three or more people, the possible outcomes consist of any number of people from the parties dying or surviving, any variations thereof. In arguably less common but equally legitimate Mexican stand offs involving only two people, there numbers exactly three possible and distinct outcomes: Person 1 dies, Person 2 dies, or both Person 1 and 2 dies.

But that involves only the literal idea of how most people view a Mexican stand off. There are a number of less obvious situations where such an impasse exists that meets this sort of criteria. In this case, three possible resolutions to this situation are:

moosan could have subdued the guard, laid oakley vault down ECM jammers, and have successfully placed the remaining bags into the safe. The goal is more loot, contingent on moosan ability to time his attack correctly and execute it near flawlessly.

moosan could have ignored both the guard and the safe (or outright blasted the place up, oakley vault really), fleeing to the escape chopper on the roof before the guard successfully raised the alarm. The goal is survival, contingent on moosan better judgment and evaluation of risk.

moosan could have tried any of the above things and failed, raising the alarm and/or being downed before the escape. The goal is security, contingent on the guard ability to, you know, be a guard in a video game.

For anyone doubting this, consider a parallel example (not necessarily related to Payday): Bob, an inmate with five years remaining on his sentence, is sneaking out of prison, and has acquired a gun. Bob, traveling along the only available route to escape the prison, encounters Jim, a respectable prison guard with a quick draw and deadeye who is oakley vault known to always keep his word. Jim, with his pistol on his hip, is blocking Bob only known route of escape. Bob confronts Jim, taking advantage of his element of surprise, and is now faced with (but not necessarily limited to) some choices:

Bob can shoot Jim, clearing his path, but alerting the rest of the prison guards, likely making his escape next to impossible.

Bob can try to reason with Jim, attempting to secure his own escape with the promise of sparing Jim if he helps Bob, although Bob recognizes this is unlikely due to Jim honesty.

Bob can reason with Jim, apologizing for his actions and promising to drop the gun and return to his cell if Jim promises to allow such an action without later inflicting punishment on Bob by possibly adding more years onto Bob sentence.

And of course, there Jim, who is faced with at least these choices:

Jim, who is at a disadvantage with oakley vault his weapon holstered while being threatened at gunpoint, can risk drawing his weapon in an attempt to beat Bob reflexes using his own superior skills and training, knowing that Bob truly doesn want to fire his weapon for risk of alerting Jim partners.

Jim can attempt to reason with Bob, promising to allow Bob to return to his cell with no punishment, pretending that the whole encounter never happened, thereby saving both Jim and Bob lives without further incident.

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