most grapplers talk about how they think 3,4 moves ahead in a match. like chess, when you do something, you expect your opponent to do something back, so you have to be ready to do the next move, and when he reacts, the next move after that, ad infinitum... do any of you do this with your muay thai? i mean, certain combos, such as jab-straight-hook are standard, but what about something like this: i throw a jab(left), and i expect opponent to teep, so i expect to parry his kick, throw a teh(spelling?)/roundkick, then follow with two punches, a low kick, etc... how much of your actual fight strategy is baiting (and i say baiting, mind you, not faking)? some might say i overthink my fight game, but then again, i never was one of those brawlers, and i always appreciated the intellectual aspect of fighting. thoughts?