Alexander the Great was a supremely talented battle tactician. Yet, his often convoluted strategies were used only to mask a simple endgame. He deployed his significantly smaller army in a way that would allow him and his best cavalry to break through the enemy’s battle formations and try to capture or kill the Persian emperor.
That was it. He knew there was only one way to defeat a significantly superior fighting force: by going after the commander of the opposing army.
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