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Our thirteenth principle is muddy the water to hide the nets. Your strategy is to confuse your adversary so he cannot perceive your intentions. Why: confused adversaries make mistakes they would not make if they could anticipate your next move. Muddying the waters is yet another deception tactic. If you muddy the waters where fish gather, they won’t see the nets and will swim right into them. Get your adversary in such a position, and he will fall right into the trap you’ve set for him.